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Bad Omens shares new music video, “Artificial Suicide”

Los Angeles-based rock sensation Bad Omens has released the official music video for their overwhelming track “Artificial Suicide”. The song is taken from the band’s upcoming new album, “The Death of Peace of Mind,” released on Friday February 25, 2022, via Sumerian Records. Ahead of today’s release, Bad Omens shared the music video for the album’s title track “The death of peace of mind“which totaled a staggering 1.2 million views and counting on YouTube as well as the”What do you want from me?” and “Artificial suicide”Double single. Watch the video for “Artificial Suicide” here [embedded below] and pre-order “The Death of Peace of Mind” here.

Bad omens weave their way across borders, ultimately stifling conventions in the process. The quartet — Noah Sebastian (vocals), Joakim “Jolly” Karlsson (guitar), Nick Rufflo (bass) and Nick Folio (drums) —materialize with ghostly atmospheres, striking hooks and the tingling of sultry harmonies of high- register recorded by film production. Accumulating more than 250 million streams worldwide to date and acclaimed, the band present an uncompromising and undeniable vision on their third full album, ‘The Death of Peace of Mind’ (Sumerian Records).

Making the record changed us as songwriters and musicians. In many ways, I feel like it set me free as an artist because every decision made during the writing process was for myself, with no fear for anyone’s expectations. other on the sound of our third album. Whether it’s our fans or our label. “

However, they always wielded this level of magic …

The group’s self-titled debut album in 2016, “Bad Omens,” produced fan favorites such as “Glass Houses” and “The Worst In Me,” which eclipsed 21.9 million Spotify streams. On its heels, “Find God Before God Finds Me” gave birth to “Dethrone” (10.6 million Spotify streams) and “Be careful what you want” (9.5 million Spotify streams). Along the way, they have toured with many famous artists and received accolades from designers of taste.

After their first major tour was canceled midway through the peak of the global pandemic, the group found themselves at home in Los Angeles with plenty of time. Where they absorbed and transmitted a different palette of unexpected inspirations. Channeling what the leader sometimes describes as a “cursive sound,” they embraced newfound confidence and boundless creativity. It all happened in the studio and all the “rules” were broken. Noah and Jolly wrote, produced and designed the music themselves while GRAMMY® Award-nominated producer and songwriter Zakk Cervini (Halsey, Grimes, Poppy, blink-182) lent his talents with the mix and master . Defiant, Noah decided to “make a track by sampling objects around the house, none of which were musical instruments. ”

It eventually became the setting for the first single “The Death of Peace of Mind”. Applause punctuates the icy soundscape as her voice ranges from a gasping moan to an evocative, haunting hook, shifting from a whisper to a seductive song, “It was not difficult to achieve. Love is the death of peace of mind. “It culminates in a climaxing cry raised by a distorted crackle.

The whole file really details the loss of peace of mind,” he explains. “The lyrics of the title song are a bit more precise in terms of the conflict at the heart of something more intimate and personal.. “

Speaking it out loud, Bad Omens offers a level of comfort and empathy, with a sinister shroud. At the same time, they also give rock music a sexy new form on “The Death of Peace of Mind”.

Sonically we want to do something that you can’t come late or early too», He blurted out. “You can’t cheat to make your way to the final act. You have to get on the ride and process it until the end. Songs are meant to be heard from start to finish. We want you to take the whole trip with us. “

List of tracks:
2. Nowhere to go
3. Take me first
5. What it costs
6. Like a villain
7. bad decisions
8. Pretend
9. Gray
10. Who are you?
11. Someone else.
12. IDWT $
13. What do you want from me?
15. Miracle

Artist photo by Oswaldo Cepeda
Press release courtesy of Cosa Nostra PR

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