Lower than every week after debuting it at Riot Fest, post-hardcore supergroup L.S. Dunes have dropped their new single “2022.” It’s the newest preview of their debut album Previous Lives, which is due out in November.
L.S. Dunes are fronted by Circa Survive’s Anthony Inexperienced with My Chemical Romance’s Frank Iero, Coheed and Cambria’s Travis Stever, and Thursday’s Tim Payne and Tucker Rule. After they debuted the monitor at Riot Fest, Inexperienced described it as “essentially the most fucked-up track I ever wrote.”
“2022” really appeared on Inexperienced’s most up-to-date solo album Growth. Carried out. earlier than being faraway from streaming providers a month later and being reworked because the opening monitor on Previous Lives. “If I can’t make it ’til 2022,” Inexperienced sings over a wall of swirling guitars. “Not less than we’ll see how lengthy I can swim.”
In an announcement, Inexperienced defined how the track was impressed by his struggles with dependancy:
“I wrote ‘2022’ after I was struggling to speak the ache that I used to be in throughout the pandemic. I survived an overdose the earlier 12 months and was feeling like I might by no means be freed from the obsession to get excessive, or simply get out of my very own pores and skin and that I used to be solely going to proceed to harm everybody I beloved. It was a cop-out and simpler for me to jot down a track reasonably than get trustworthy and actual with the individuals in my life — cry for assist in a means. If there’s a optimistic take away, it’s that it’s by no means a burden to the individuals you like to share your emotions irrespective of how darkish or painful it is perhaps.”
Previous Lives is due out November eleventh and likewise contains the lead single “Everlasting Rebel.” Pre-orders are ongoing. The subsequent competition L.S. Dunes will play is Aftershock, after which they’ll embark on a brief run of North American tour dates. Seize your tickets right here.