You might want to refrain from serenading your girlfriend with a cover of Bullet for My Valentine’s ‘Bittersweet Memories.’ After all, the song isn’t so much about love as it is moving on with life after a crappy romance. Just a few seconds into the song and you get the gist: “You turn me off at the push of a button/and you pretend that I don’t mean nothing/I’m not a saint, that’s easy to tell/but guess what honey?/you ain’t no angel.” The track is the band’s latest single from their third studio release, ‘Fever’ on Jive Records.
To read the band’s thoughts on the song and watch the video, click here.
“‘Bittersweet Memories’ is a classic Bullet for My Valentine f—ed up love song about a relationship breakup,” the band tells Noisecreep. “You know when you go through all the painful memories, but at the same time you’re f—ing happy that you are now single, and you feel better off as you can now move on in your life? I guess it was chosen as the single as it’s the closest thing we’ve got to a big ballad on our album, and it sounds great on the radio!”
Check the video out here.
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