All My Friends Hate Me release “Stay Up” inspired by getting roofied

This alt-rock, leaning garage punk, song “Stay Up” by All My Friends Hate Me is a fast paced track you can jump around to with some dark undertones. “Stay Up” was inspired by front-man Bobby Banister getting roofied at a bar by someone who wanted to take his girlfriend home. This unfortunate event resulted with an emotional chorus and lyrics describing his want to fight off blacking out and needing someone to stay awake with him. Listen below on Spotify:

All My Friends Hate Me recently released their debut album Metal Butterflies November 29th! Featuring “Stay Up” and other awesome hits! All My Friends Hate Me will also be playing an official showcase at SXSW festival 2020 in Austin, Texas!






Written by: Hunter Lake

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