The Scoffs are proud to present their newest single titled “Factories in Heaven”. The single sees the Seattle band dig even deeper into their ’77 punk influences and power-pop hooks to craft 3:37 of old school energy laced up with a modern lament on the dead-end jobs many of us face day-to-day.
The Scoffs’ singer, Knuck, had this to say about the track: Lyrically this one was personal. I spent a few years on my knees in waste and filth on factory floors, sorting garbage for recycling analysis. I fed machines in cold, drafty warehouses for $12/hour, screwing up my shoulder to have some a-hole boss mock me while I destroyed myself to pad his pocket.