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Kill The Lights Shares “Sleep With The Devil” Ahead Of LP Release

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Kill The Lights just shared their final single “Sleep With The Devil” from their forthcoming sophomore record, Death Melodies, out on March 8 via Fearless Records.

Comprised of Michael “Moose” ThomasJason “Jay” James (Bullet For My Valentine), James Clark (Throw The Fight), Jordan Whelan (Still Remains), and Travis Montgomery (Threat Signal), the band first launched their debut record in 2020 with The Sinner.

Ahead of Death Melodies‘ release, the band has also shared supercharged singles “Broken Bones,” “Scapegoat,” “Hear You Scream,” and “From Ashes.” “Sleep With The Devil” showcases a slower, unapologetically raw side of the band with prominent acoustic guitar strums. “Sleep with the devil/Lost in the storm /Fighting for closure but it never comes,” the chorus says. Check out the full track and music video below.

Clark shares, “‘Sleep With the Devil,’ lyrically, deals with the struggle of addiction and the daily fight to stay sober. Every day you wake up, you are in a constant battle, with the inner voices and demons that tell you that you are not good enough, and you should give up.”

He continues, “Simply looking at yourself in the mirror is a reminder of how you’ve let yourself, your family, and friends down. It’s a constant negative cycle that fuels your desire to mask the pain and disappointment by abusing yourself.”

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[Death Melodies Artwork]

Death Melodies Tracklisting:

1. “Hear You Scream”
2. “Die Alone”
3. “Broken Bones”
4. “Bleeding”
5. “Scapegoat”
6. “From Ashes”
7. “Wasting Away”
8. “Man Without A Face”
9. “Ghost Of Yesterday”
10. “Sleep With The Devil”
11. “Suicidal”
12. “Drowning”

Following the release of their record, Kill The Lights will be heading out on a tour throughout the UK and Europe. Grab your tickets here and check out the full list of dates below.

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