HOLLYWOOD UNDEAD Releases Another New Song, 'Another Level'
July 27, 2018
One month after releasing the new track "Gotta Let Go", which has already racked up over three million global streams, with the accompanying music video getting over one million views, HOLLYWOOD UNDEAD has dropped a follow-up single, "Another Level", a fiery, EDM-infused song, saturated with heavy beats and explosive rhythms.
"'Another Level' is self-explanatory," says Johnny 3 Tears (vocals, bass). "It's about taking it as far as you think you can possibly go, and then taking it ten steps further."
HOLLYWOOD UNDEAD will close out this summer with festival performances at Impact Music, Heavy Montréal and Reading and Leeds.
The band is set to release more music this year, with brand new singles on the way.
2018 has been a massive year for HOLLYWOOD UNDEAD. The band recently clocked 1.1 billion total U.S. streams across their catalog, as well as garnering 1.7 million total Shazams, 57 million total global streams of their latest album, "Five", and 30 million views on all six music videos from the record. Their music has also landed on a number of impressive playlists: Spotify's "New Music Friday" and "New Noise" and Apple Music's "The A List Rock." The five-piece have also accumulated 5.5 million total Pandora artist station adds and 2.7 million total Pandora radio spins on their latest album.
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