El supergrupo L.S. Dunes anuncia un disco de demos

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Supergroup LS Dunes announce demo album

Supergroup LS Dunes announce demo album

The new work of the supergroup LS Dunes “Lost Songs: Lines And Shapes” It will consist of demo versions of songs from their first album as a band. To announce it, they have shared the unreleased “Old Wounds”.

November 10 is the date chosen by the group LS Dunes for the launch of “Lost Songs: Lines And Shapes”. The work will consist of a collection of raw and stripped down versions of the songs from his 2022 album “Past Lives”. Although the original “Old Wounds” was not part of her debut album, it has also been covered for the project and this new version is now available.

Let us remember that LS Dunes is the post-hardcore group formed by vocalist Anthony Green (Circa Survive), guitarist Frank Iero (My Chemical Romance), bassist Tim Payne (Thursday), guitarist Travis Stever (Coheed And Cambria) and drummer Tucker Rule (Thursday).

The guitarist Travis Stever comments on the song: “At the time we had numerous instrumental ideas, and it was up to Anthony which songs we would choose for the desert sessions. He sent me the most beautiful and evocative vocals and lyrics for the guitar ideas that would become “Old Wounds” Then it became clear that that would be one of the songs we had to record.”

The topic has been presented with a video clip that shows behind-the-scenes images of LS Dunes working in Rancho de la Luna, in Joshua Tree National Park, where the album and this single were originally recorded. We will have to wait until November 10 to purchase “Lost Songs: Lines And Shapes”but you can now reserve through this link.

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