Poppy y Knocked Loose interpretan “Suffocate” en directo

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Poppy and Knocked Loose perform “Suffocate” live

American hardcore band Knocked Loose invite Poppy to perform their “Suffocate” collaboration together at the festival Sick New World.

Following the release of Knocked Loose and Poppy's studio single “Suffocate”, the band invited the singer to perform with them on stage at the Sick New World festival that took place in Las Vegas. Additionally, the song was the third preview of Knocked Loose's next album, “You Won't Go Before You're Supposed To”which will see the light May 10 through Pure Noise.

The Las Vegas performance was the first time Knocked Loose performed “Suffocate” live. Judging by the public's reaction, the song has quickly become a “fan favorite.” And Poppy, who also collaborated earlier this year with the American metalcore band Bad Omens In the single “VAN”, she remains determined to show the versatility and ability to unite with any artist and exude talent in her collaborations.

The live performance has ended up confirming that the admiration that both felt towards each other is palpable and that the chemistry of Knocked Loose and Poppy live is undeniable. Although many fans want to be able to experience this performance live, the band Knocked Loose still has some pending concert dates, including in Minneapolis or Toronto.

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