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DEAD TO ME RELEASE NEW SINGLE ‘FEAR IS THE NEW BLISS’

DEAD TO ME RELEASE NEW SINGLE ‘FEAR IS THE NEW BLISS’
Salad Days

San Francisco, 2018. Like the Clash before them, Dead to Me are a band that find themselves at the intersection of politically turbulent times and art.

Currently in the studio with Grammy Award-winning producer/engineer Chris Dugan (Green Day, Iggy Pop), Northern California punk staples Dead To Me have released a preview of their highly-anticipated full-length called ‘Fear Is The New Bliss’ available on streaming services this Friday. Watch the video for ‘Fear Is The New Bliss’:

To support the release of ‘Fear Is The New Bliss’ Dead To Me will kick off a string of shows on February 14th in Las Vegas that includes a stop at Awesome Fest in San Diego as well as a headlining show show in Los Angeles at The Echo.

February 15 – Scottsdale, AZ – Pub Rock Live
February 16 – San Diego, CA – Awesome Fest
February 17 – Los Angeles, CA – The Echo
February 18 – Fullerton, CA – The Slidebar (FREE SHOW)
February 23 – San Francisco, CA – Brick and Mortar
February 24 – Reno, NV – Skate Jam

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As one of Dead To Me’s biggest influences, The Clash found themselves a constant through the populism of the late seventies and eighties. Today, after being a staple of Northern California for over a decade, Dead To Me has found itself back in a rebirth of this same nationalist message. It seems as if everything has come full circle. In reality though, not a lot has stayed the same over the last decade. Just a few years after the release of their quintessential debut ‘Cuban Ballerina’ (2006), founding vocalist/guitarist Jack Dalrymple left the band to raise his newborn son. Founding vocalist/bassist Tyson Annicharico continued on; fighting a severe drug and alcohol addiction between lineup changes, two more albums and countless tours. In 2014, along with drummer and cousin Ian Anderson, Annicharico found sobriety and with it, a promising new focus and awakening for the band. With the return of Dalrymple for their invigorating 2016 EP ‘I Wanna Die In’ Los Angeles and forthcoming new album, over a decade later and Dead To Me is still as magnetic as ever.

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(photo credit: Lindsey Byrnes)

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