All That Remains electric guitar player Jason Richardson has joined forces with Polyphia guitarist Tim Henson for a new single, Upside Down.
Also set to feature Luke Holland on drums, the song will arrive on February 18, Richardson announced (opens in new tab) in a tweet. He also provided a tantalizing link to the song's video, which – until, obviously, February 18 – merely displays a shot of the two mighty guitar talents in action.
New song and music video 2/18/22 🥳“Upside Down (feat. Tim Henson)”Streaming Pre-save Link: https://t.co/NfDKNAkcSW YouTube Video Premier: https://t.co/KDv7N8KMQF@LukeHolland @thew6rst pic.twitter.com/DWS4MYWpXVFebruary 4, 2022
Frustratingly, there's little else to go on, aside from the reveal of the single's ultra-cool, arcade game-style artwork.
We have a hunch, though, that Upside Down might be the lead single from a potential Richardson solo album. Last week, someone with the Twitter username Young Crowley wrote (opens in new tab) that Holland was the "goat (opens in new tab)" for his work on Richardson's song, Tendinitis.
"Man that was 4 years ago," Holland responded (opens in new tab). "Wait until you hear the new album." The tweet ends with Holland tagging Richardson.
Keep an eye on Richardson's website (opens in new tab), in the meantime, for more info on the track, and any future activities from the guitarist.