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FELICITY & Calling All Captains Face Off On “GOD MODE”

FELICITY are well and truly back and better than ever. 2021 saw them release their vibrant and vicious debut album Dear Universe, before kicking off a new chapter earlier this year. That started with “Levitate” in June, and it is going to go up to another level now. And they aren’t alone in their pursuit, as they have invited their close friends and tour mates, Calling All Captains, along for the ride.

The band have shared “GOD MODE”, and it is a total bruiser. Combining the intricate melodies of modern-day pop with the furious riffing that makes post-hardcore what it is, they have crafted a song brimming with power and passion. And with Calling All Captains’ Luc Gaffwood adding his own crushing vocal cords to the party, it is a battle for the crown of pop-punk heaviness. Though everybody is a winner in this regard, as the song is a total rager. A demonstration of what happens when friends get together and make something that crosses boundaries and borders. And a perfect jumping-off point into whatever the future may hold for both parties.

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FELICITY frontman Damien Fagiolino had this to say about the tune:

This song will most definitely get you back in the pit and give the heavy fans of FELICITY what they have been waiting for all along.”

And Luc had this to add:

We love the Felicity boys, so we were pretty hyped to work on ‘GOD MODE’ with them. Great dudes and a great team behind them. Always a pleasure to work with. We can’t wait till you all hear this track!

To get you all caught up with what FELICITY have been up to, here’s the aforementioned “Levitate”:

And Calling All Captains recently kicked off their own new adventure with a new track. That is “Unlike Me” and sounds a lot like this:

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