Hard-hitting Nashville rockers LONELYOUTH are back with their newest and heaviest release, “In The Deep.”
Of the new single, guitarist Josh Dawn says, “In the Deep” brings to mind the sweat and blood covered basement show where you get punched in the face with rhythms and melodies big enough to get an arena airborne. This song rattles your bones and peaks those adrenaline levels. If you have no fear of your blood vessels bursting go ahead and spin it.”
Vocalist Tyler Vinatelli adds, “Blending influences of the Nu-metal kings we grew up, mixed with inspiration from the metalcore giants we watched at shows and where we found our home comes “IN THE DEEP.” A perfect blend of aggressive, and melodic that pushes the boundaries of what is going on in heavy music today. If you’re looking for something fresh and real to bang your head to, give it a spin or 100. It’s a new era for LONELYOUTH”.
To date, LONELYOUTH has released an impressive body of work, collaborating with industry veterans on singles that were produced and co-written by Rick Rubin & Kid Harpoon engineer Jeremy Hatcher (Harry Styles, Shawn Mendez, Florence and the Machine), mixed by Michael Pepe (Taking Back Sunday producer and engineer) and mastered by West West Side Music’s Alan Douches (Motorhead, Every Time I Die, The Dillinger Escape Plan).
The band’s previous video singles “Mile One” & “My War, My Shame” were featured in Journey’s stores throughout North America, and “My War, My Shame” & “The Escape Artist” were selected as exclusive premieres by Alternative Press.