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L.S. Dunes Asks “How Dare You” On New Single

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After teasing their new single all month, L.S. Dunes has finally dropped their track “How Dare You” just in time for Valentine’s Day.

The modern rock quintet offers nearly four minutes of yearning, gritty screams from Anthony Green, grunge-centric guitar and bass tones, and shredding drums courtesy of Tucker Rule. “The sequel is the same/How dare you/How dare you/Deny A stranger in my skin,” sings Green. Whether you’re looking for a new banger to show off to your S.O. this V-Day or simply building out your punk rock playlist, you’re sure to love this energizing L.S. Dunes offering. Check out “How Dare You” below.

Of course, what would a Valentine’s Day be without some special cards made for L.S. Dunes lovers near and far?

The band made some special graphics featuring Green, Rule, Frank Iero, Travis C. Stever, and Tim Payne. You can download the Valentine’s cards here.

On top of releasing a new track, L.S. Dunes also has some Valentine’s merch. You can secure them some “How Dare You” limited-edition hoodies or a T-shirt.

Plus, the first 100 orders will receive a free pack of L.S. Dunes candy hearts. These are much more desirable than your standard Conversation Hearts candies. You can start your pre-orders here.

The band recently finished up their 2023 with a major tour with Pierce The Veil and Dayseeker. However, 2024 is already shaping up to be a big one with some summer and fall festival dates. Check out their festival appearances below and secure tickets here.

Tour Dates:

  • May 25—Hatfield, UK @ Slam Dunk Festival, South
  • May 26—Leeds, UK @ Slam Dunk Festival, North
  • June 7—Nurnburg, DE @ Rock Am Ring 
  • June 8—Nurnburg, DE @ Rock Am Ring 
  • Oct. 19—Las Vegas, NV @ When We Were Young Festival 
  • Oct. 20—Las Vegas, NV @ When We Were Young Festival 
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