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

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… Read more »


L.S. Dunes Announces New Valentine’s Day Single, “How Dare You”

After teasing something new on their Instagram, L.S. Dunes officially announced their forthcoming track “How Dare You.” The track will be out on all streaming platforms next week on Wednesday, February 14. Plus, the cover art also features some Valentine’s Day-themed designs by Sage LaMonica with what appears to be candy hearts spelling out the song title. You can pre-save the single here. The band launched a short snippet of the track with groovy surf-punk melodies and exquisite drum beats. It’s safe to say we’re elated to hear what Anthony Green has in store for vocals. Check out a small… Read more »


L.S. Dunes Reveals Their “Old Wounds” On New Single

Every song starts with a demo. Whether this means an acoustic voice memo recording or an experimental full-band track, this stage of the songwriting process is intended for fleshing out new ideas with complete vulnerability. L.S. Dunes is celebrating the spirit of demos with a stripped-down version of their song, “Old Wounds.” The release is a teaser for what’s to come in their upcoming collection, Lost Songs: Lines And Shapes. L.S. Dunes and Circa Survive vocalist Anthony Green croons without holding any emotion back from the listener. The haunting melody plays homage to the original arrangement but without the aggressive… Read more »


L.S. Dunes Shares Part 3 Of ‘Limitless Sky’ Documentary

Fans of L.S. Dunes have something to celebrate today, and it’s not new music. The modern rock quintet released the third and final installment of their ‘Limitless Sky’ documentary.  The Past Lives artists gave listeners and fans the opportunity to look into their writing and recording process at Joshua Tree. From talking about tracking and songwriting all the way to watching lead vocalist Anthony Green cook pasta for his friends, the laid-back video offers an intimate look at the behind-the-scenes of the guys’ collaborative process. Check out the first and second installments of the documentary, then check out the third… Read more »


L.S. Dunes Examines “Old Wounds” In Brand-New Track

L.S. Dunes is a gift to alternative music, full of endless sonic surprises. Today, the quintet released their new single, “Old Wounds.” With haunting stillness, the band departs from the intensity of their 2022 LP Past Lives, taking a slower approach to the release without sacrificing any raw instrumentals. Though, this is in staunch contrast to Dunes’ preceding 2023 single, “Benadryl Subreddit,” which begins with a screaming Anthony Green, and chock-full of “desert energy.” Talk about range.  Read more: Boys Like Girls Reveal New Album ‘SUNDAY AT FOXWOODS’ For major fans of the Circa Survive and The Sound Of Animals… Read more »

Concert Reviews

The Night I Sang With The Rocket Summer

“I won’t settle down, won’t settle down.” These are lyrics that I’ve held close to my heart since discovering The Rocket Summer in early 2022. I’m late to the party, I know, but better late than never. Listening to his song “200,000,” about a million times last year, it ended up reaching the top of my Apple Music Year In Review and remains a staple on my everyday playlist. There’s something about the intimate lyrics and staccato piano hits that make me feel like I’m in a coming-of-age movie.  That is why I was so excited to see The Rocket… Read more »


Alkaline Trio Welcome Atom Willard As New Drummer

After the recent departure of their longtime drummer, Derek Grant, Alkaline Trio has made a killer announcement. Atom Willard, an incredibly talented musician who has performed with groups such as The Offspring, Angels & Airwaves, Against Me!, and more, will join the band as their new drummer. Willard took to Instagram to express his gratitude and excitement. He shares, “Truly honored to be trusted with these big shoes. Thank you Dan and Matt.” Fans are not the only ones who share in the excitement surrounding Alkaline Trio‘s new drummer, fellow bandmates, Matt Skiba and Dan Andriano also expressed their most… Read more »

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