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Daisy Grenade Ask “Are You Scared Of Me Yet?” In New Video

Daisy Grenade Are You Scared Of Me Yet
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In the midst of their skyrocketing success, 2023 has undeniably become the year of Daisy Grenade. Following the release of their debut video for “Got It Bad” earlier this year, consequently, the band has been making waves since the release. The industry took notice, leading to their signing with the prestigious Public Consumption and DCD2 Records, solidifying their status as rising stars.

Building upon their early achievements, Daisy Grenade recently unveiled their highly anticipated Cult Classic EP, which featured their latest offerings “Got It Bad” and “Riot.” The EP showcased their versatility and evolution as artists, featuring a diverse range of re-issued tracks that demonstrated their ability to seamlessly blend genres and push musical boundaries.

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Continuing their creative momentum, Daisy Grenade treated their fans to a stunning music video for “Are You Scared Of Me Yet?”. During the video, the band pays homage to classic high school dramedies, seamlessly incorporating themes from beloved films such as ‘High School Musical,’ ‘Do Revenge,’ and ‘Mean Girls‘ to capture the essence of nostalgia and youthful experiences. In a captivating narrative, vocalists Dani Nigro and Keaton Whittaker assume the roles of rivals, engaging in a battle of wits and emotions. The recurring titular question assumes a central role, which heightens the palpable tension and drama throughout the video. Watch as the duo goes head to head in the exhilarating performance below.

The duo is currently out on the road with Fall Out Boy. Next week, they will join Sad Summer Fest for a short run of shows. Check out their full touring schedule below and grab tickets here.

Tour Dates:

  • July 7—Salt Lake City, UT @ USANA Amphitheatre
  • July 9—Denver, CO @ Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre
  • July 11—Portsmouth, VA @ Atlantic Union Bank Pavilion*
  • July 12—Baltimore, MD @ Pier Six Pavilion*
  • July 14—Holmdel, NJ @ PNC Bank Arts Center*

*On Sad Summer Fest.

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