Living With Lions No Longer Appear Dead To Us

2018-07-09 by stuck_in_decades | 2 Comments
Canadian pop-punk band Living With Lions have returned from their five year hiatus, announcing their fifth studio album Island which will be out September 14th on No Sleep Records (USA), Bloom (Canada), Ice Grillz (Japan) and Redfield Records (Europe).

Along with the announcement the band have released a new single titled 'Tidal Wave' which can be heard on the band's bandcamp page, https://livingwithlions.bandcamp.com/album/island

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henryChinaski
July 10th 2018
4049 Comments


Great news! Song is pretty good, looking forward to this.

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qdgyu
July 10th 2018
36 Comments


Song is fun, but I wish this had one of the former vocalists involved, this guy is alright but i preferred when he was the occasional backup vocal on their earlier albums.



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