LA based punk rockers Death Lens have released their highly anticipated new album No Luck on Secret Friends Music Group.
The bands new album is propelled by the hype surrounding singles “Abrupt”, “DAEMON” and “Not Impressed”, all of which received official playlist placements from Spotify, Apple Music, Tidal and Amazon Music along with airplay on MTVU, Sirius XM, Idobi Radio and television shows like Rob Dyrdek’s Ridiculousness.
The band has this to say about their new album:
“No Luck was our chance to get out of our comfort zone as a band by allowing each of us to bring our own influences to the table with total comfort and acceptance. It was also our way of releasing anxiety and anger from being confined and feeling silenced during the pandemic – we used this album as a platform to voice our opinions on problems we’re facing on a societal level as a country”
LA based punk rockers Death Lens released their new single and video “Abrupt”, which will appear on their upcoming album No Luck, set for releaseon April 15th on Secret Friends Music Group. The band has also shared a limited edition 7” version of “Abrupt” exclusively through Smartpunk, available for purchase here. Ahead of it’s streaming release, “Abrupt” received massive airplay on SiriusXM Faction Punk, tied as the #1 most played song of the last 7 days. Apple Music has added the song to their New In Rock and Breaking Hard Rock official playlists, with Amazon Music adding it to their Breakthrough Rock playlist. The song will also be prominently featured in an episode of the MTV series Ridiculousness.
“Abrupt” showcases Death Lens doing what they do best – performing punchy SoCal style punk rock with a style heavily influenced by skate culture, hardcore and social awareness. More aggressive in their songwriting approach than pop-punk leaning peers, the group blends caustic riffs and catchy melodies together with explosive results. The band is proud of their working class, multi-cultural roots and showcase this with lyrics that speak to the hardships of life with an undercurrent of positivity and resilience. The official music video adds a compelling visual narrative to the track and showcases the bands singular personal style.
The band cites the following as the themes of their new single:
“The anxiety of quarantine, Zoom meetings and living in a ‘groundhog day’ type of life during the pandemic.“