Cape Coral, FL’s Nearly Spent To Release “Drowning” On March 10
The track deals with both a massive hurricane to their home town and their new lineup
Nearly Spent is an edgy pop-punk/rock band from Southwest Florida. Originally formed in 2020, Nearly Spent blends the soundtrack of skaters everywhere with the melodramatic darker sounds of the emo movement. Their new single “Drowning” sees a line-up change for the band and debuts a more serious side of their music; saying goodbye to the past as well as goodbye to those we loved, while still longing for their return.
“Drowning” is a follow-up to the sophomore debut of their self-titled EP. Pre-save the track here.
Nearly Spent is a pop punk/rock band out of Cape Coral, FL. Consisting of Ryan Vega on vocals and guitar, Juuzo on guitar, Leo Cartelli on bass and Adam Motta on drums, the band seamlessly blends elements of pop punk/easycore with the deeper sounds of emo and post hardcore to give the audience a taste of nostalgia while forging a new path in music. Come join the party if you are a fan of Neck Deep, Chunk! No, Captain Chunk!, A Day to Remember, Saosin, and Chiodos.
Coming off a wild 2022 including a US tour in the northern Midwest region, that ended with getting a massive crowd pumped up at Danny Wimmer Presents Incarceration festival in Mansfield, OH.
In September 2022, their hometown was destroyed by Hurricane Ian, which was the deadliest hurricane to strike the state of Florida since the 1935 Labor Day hurricane. Drowning not only reflects the member changes but also the challenges they faced in rebuilding and recovering from a traumatic disaster.
Nearly Spent is “not your average neighborhood pop punk band”. The band is looking forward to releasing more music and touring with their new lineup in 2023.
“The quintet tell stories of loneliness, heartbreak and hope on the new release, which marries an impressive hybrid of old school and new school pop-punk stylings.” – Phinky, The Punk Site
“Nearly Spent have crafted an energetic, heart-on-sleeve and driving pop-punk soundscape, deftly balancing urgency and melody.” – Punktuation Magazine