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Death Lens Debut “Vacant” With Epitaph Records

[Photo By Derek Pearlman]

The Los Angeles punk scene is on fire right now and it is being lead by Death Lens. Today, the band announced their signing to legendary record label, Epitaph Records and dropped their brand new single “Vacant“. The new track comes after their 2022 album, No Luck which released via Secret Friends Music Group. Death Lens crafted some seriously nostalgic punk vibes on “Vacant”. Aside from being a punk banger, it also tells an important story.

“Coming from absolutely nothing to getting signed by a label we grew up idolizing and always dreaming we’d be on is an incredible honor,” the band shares. “We are still in awe that we get to share our name with such a legendary roster. To be a part of this legacy is so insane… we still can’t wrap our heads around it! Hard work pays off and we thank Epitaph for this once in a lifetime chance.”

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Vocalist Bryan Torres continues, “I hold “Vacant” dear to my heart. It tells my everyday story of existing with social anxiety and relying on alcohol to break that since I was young. Growing up with ADHD, I turned to alcohol as a way to slow my mind and feel normal around people. It became a vice. Now that I’m older I’m trying to break that habit and try sobriety, but with sobriety comes a vacant feeling at times. My new obsession is writing and journaling how I feel to fill those voids. That’s where the lyrics of “Vacant” came together.

Death Lens brand new music video for “Vacant” can be watched right here!

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