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A new Dead To Me song

Posted May 6, 2018, 5:35 p.m. in Videos by Loren
A new Dead To Me song

photo by Lindsey Byrnes

Dead to Me are back with a new video for "Would It Kill You?" Currently working on a new album with Chris Dugan (Green Day, Iggy Pop), the new song explores consumer culture and more.

“This song is about the confusion that arises from the inherent trade off between consumer convenience and emotional detachment,” vocalist/bassist Tyson Annicharico explains. “The expectation of convenience (for products/services, etc.) carries over to our emotional and personal lives as well. We not only expect to be told what to buy, but more importantly how to feel and think. You even expect me to tell you what this song is about and what it means to you, admit it.”

You can watch the video at Earmilk.

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