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Los Angeles rockers Dead Sara will release their new album AIN't IT TRAGIC, on Sep 17th via Warner Records. The long-awaited, highly anticipated full-length marks their first new music since 2018's Temporary Things Taking Up Space EP, and contains the 2020 comeback track " Hands Up," and the latest single "Heroes." As their most ambitious body of work to date, AIN't IT TRAGIC was co-produced by Dead Sara's drummer/programmer Sean Friday along with Noah Shain, who previously produced, mixed, and engineered the band's previous full-length albums, Dead Sara (2012) and Pleasure To Meet You (2015). The 11-song strong album spotlights the group's signature dual guitar attack cuts deep as firebrand front women Emily Armstrong (vocals/guitar/songwriter) and Siouxsie Medley (guitars/backing vocals) trailblaze intense yet melodic verses/choruses throughout. Percussive force-of-nature Friday anchors each track with punishing rhythmic beats. Largely written and recorded during lockdown in Los Angeles, AIN't IT TRAGIC reveals a band at the apex of their songwriting prowess with a penchant for earworm melodies, hard-hitting twin-guitar assault, masterful drumming with generous doses of energy and attitude that have made the band live legends for the past decade.
Los Angeles rockers Dead Sara will release their new album AIN't IT TRAGIC, on Sep 17th via Warner Records. The long-awaited, highly anticipated full-length marks their first new music since 2018's Temporary Things Taking Up Space EP, and contains the 2020 comeback track " Hands Up," and the latest single "Heroes." As their most ambitious body of work to date, AIN't IT TRAGIC was co-produced by Dead Sara's drummer/programmer Sean Friday along with Noah Shain, who previously produced, mixed, and engineered the band's previous full-length albums, Dead Sara (2012) and Pleasure To Meet You (2015). The 11-song strong album spotlights the group's signature dual guitar attack cuts deep as firebrand front women Emily Armstrong (vocals/guitar/songwriter) and Siouxsie Medley (guitars/backing vocals) trailblaze intense yet melodic verses/choruses throughout. Percussive force-of-nature Friday anchors each track with punishing rhythmic beats. Largely written and recorded during lockdown in Los Angeles, AIN't IT TRAGIC reveals a band at the apex of their songwriting prowess with a penchant for earworm melodies, hard-hitting twin-guitar assault, masterful drumming with generous doses of energy and attitude that have made the band live legends for the past decade.
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Ain't It Tragic (Mod)
Artist: Dead Sara
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Starry Eyed
2. Good Times
3. All I Know Is That You Left Me for Dead
4. Hypnotic
5. Heroes
6. Hands Up
7. Love Stay Wild
8. Gimme Gimme
9. Lights Out!
10. Uninspired
11. Losing My Mind

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Los Angeles rockers Dead Sara will release their new album AIN't IT TRAGIC, on Sep 17th via Warner Records. The long-awaited, highly anticipated full-length marks their first new music since 2018's Temporary Things Taking Up Space EP, and contains the 2020 comeback track " Hands Up," and the latest single "Heroes." As their most ambitious body of work to date, AIN't IT TRAGIC was co-produced by Dead Sara's drummer/programmer Sean Friday along with Noah Shain, who previously produced, mixed, and engineered the band's previous full-length albums, Dead Sara (2012) and Pleasure To Meet You (2015). The 11-song strong album spotlights the group's signature dual guitar attack cuts deep as firebrand front women Emily Armstrong (vocals/guitar/songwriter) and Siouxsie Medley (guitars/backing vocals) trailblaze intense yet melodic verses/choruses throughout. Percussive force-of-nature Friday anchors each track with punishing rhythmic beats. Largely written and recorded during lockdown in Los Angeles, AIN't IT TRAGIC reveals a band at the apex of their songwriting prowess with a penchant for earworm melodies, hard-hitting twin-guitar assault, masterful drumming with generous doses of energy and attitude that have made the band live legends for the past decade.

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