The So So Glos are back. The band will be releasing their new album ‘Kamikaze’ this Spring but for now dive into first cut of ‘A.D.D. Life‘ below.
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Speaking to Vulture, vocalist Alex Levine explained, “We were out the door of the scene. Suddenly, I had trouble breathing, trouble concentrating. Blood pressure was HIGH, times were LOW. Panic attacked. There were too many things to look at, people to go, places to meet. In the absence of anything tangible, I touched my telephone to feel something, but I didn’t make a call and no one was on the line. I saw a sign that said ‘post no bills.’ I’m thinking, I’m post-everything. We live the A.D.D. Life. There’s too much information, and we’re all having trouble focusing.”
Following on from 2013’s ‘Blowout‘, ‘Kamikaze’ is “an angrier and more direct record than anything we’ve put forward before. We’ve turned up the contrast, making the darks darker, the lights lighter, the loud louder, and the quiet quieter.”
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We’ve also had versions of ‘The Sky Is A Neighbourhood’ and ‘La Dee Da’ from their new album ‘Concrete and Gold’ too.