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Zach Frost continues his signature sound with recent single “Rock Bottom” released on April 26th, 2019, albeit with a more grandiose and mature bent. “Rock Bottom” is the first single to be released from upcoming sophomore EP Bucket List, a progressive and introspective addition to his repertoire slated for an autumn 2019 release.

Written and performed by Zach Frost.
Additional guitars written and performed by Tim Waters and Garry Bair.
Recorded, mixed and mastered by Tim Waters at Radio City Records in Columbus, Ohio.
Music video produced by Jakob Mooney.
Music video photography by Tyler Sheehy.
Album cover photography by Kayla Kreller.
Marketing photography by Felix Kayser.
Graphic design by Stephen Goldstein.
Merchandise design by Stefan Brandow.
Marketing by Ryan Liptak.
All rights reserved. Lyrics used by permission only. Unauthorized duplication is a violation of applicable laws.
℗ © 2019 Zach Frost

Special thanks to Something Else, We Are The Movies, Chris Canfield, Lana Hurtado and friends, Aaron and Sarah, Aaron and Kat, Nathaniel Ward and everybody else who made this possible.

@ZachFrostMusic
www.ZachFrost.com

Lyrics

This t-shirt is a metaphor
Of how I lived my life before
Tattered, full of holes and worn
It wound up on the bathroom floor

Showing signs of wear and tear
The ends are frayed and hang threadbare
It’s something that I’ll never wear
Appears that it’s beyond repair

But I tried so many times to make it right
I couldn’t fight, stay up all night
As time ticks by, the less I try, the less I try

Rock bottom: when you’re sleeping on your ex’s couch
Rock bottom: when you crash into your best friend’s house
Rock bottom: when you wake up in a stranger’s car
Rock bottom: and I think I’ve taken things too far
Yeah, I think I’ve taken this too far

My future right in front of me
Clouded by my apathy
Fueled by drugs and whiskey
My family couldn’t rescue me

But they tried so many times to make it right
They couldn’t fight, stay up all night
As time ticks by, the less they try, the less they try

Rock bottom: when you’re sleeping on your ex’s couch
Rock bottom: when you crash into your best friend’s house
Rock bottom: when you wake up in a stranger’s car
Rock bottom: and I think I’ve taken things too far
Yeah, I think I’ve taken this too far

And it’s time to change
But what will remain?
I never wanted it to end this way

And it’s time to change
But what will remain?
I never wanted it to end this way

Rock bottom: when you’re sleeping on your ex’s couch
Rock bottom: when you crash into your best friend’s house
Rock bottom: when you wake up in a stranger’s car
Rock bottom: and I think I’ve taken things too far
Yeah, I think I’ve taken this too far

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