Today, Brooklyn Vegan shared the new single "Guilt" from Punchlove's upcoming album debut Channels. “Guilt” begins to lead the record towards its conclusion by plunging into one of the least comforting emotions. Jillian says, “When you're a people-pleaser, people take advantage of you.” Written between long drives during a strange and isolating summer in Nashville, this track examines the vicious cycle of guilt--from the lens of anxiety itself; guilt emanating from a perception of wrongdoing, then further guilt arising from the people who take advantage of that feeling. A warp of frustration and blame likely familiar to all of us, this track explains itself sonically, utilizing a distorted vocal in its chorus contrasted with a fluid and clear voice through each verse--much as an internal monologue clashes with the expression of true thought… “Like a final friend / This guilt stays until the end”... Heavy.