Listen to Fletcher's "More Than You Can Chew," a Song About Overestimating

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On Fletcher's new track "More Than You Can Chew," the young Chicago three-piece took inspiration from a house party that band members/brothers Oscar and Harvey Baker had at their house. "It is about people overestimating how much they can accomplish or should I say, get away with," says drummer Tom Fry. While the band's influences range from angular rock-acts like Arctic Monkeys and Portugal.The Man, this tune originated on acoustic first before it found it's electric footing. "We have a firm grasp on the idea that nothing should be recorded that we can’t be replicated live," Fry says. "The song was recorded live in the studio with no layering or punch’ins. It has a simple verse, chorus structure but it demonstrates the chemistry driven vibe that we want our fans to continuously rock out, too."

Fletcher's new EP Open Arms is out April 9. Stream "More Than You Can Chew" below: