L.S. Dunes, the new band featuring My Chemical Romance‘s Frank Iero and Coheed and Cambria‘s Travis Stever, has released a new song called “Bombsquad.”
“The lyrics for ‘Bombsquad’ came from a poem that I wrote around the time of the January 6 insurrection,” says Circa Survive vocalist Anthony Green, who completes the L.S. Dunes lineup alongside bassist Tim Payne and drummer Tucker Rule of Thursday.
“In the midst of the pandemic, people were trying to take down the government because a ConMan politician couldn’t admit that he had lost the election, not for any legitimate grievance or protest,” Green continues. “The song is a rage against society’s depressing and destructive forces.”
You can listen to “Bombsquad” now via digital outlets. L.S. Dunes has also released a live video of the track, recorded at Dreamland Recording Studios in Hurley, New York.
“Bombsquad” will appear on the debut L.S. Dunes album Past Lives, due out November 11. The record also includes the previously released songs “Permanent Rebellion” and “2022.”
L.S. Dunes made their live debut last month at Riot Fest. They’ll launch a U.S. headlining tour in November.
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