SICK PUPPIES: Official Lyric Video For New Song 'Stick To Your Guns'

March 31, 2016

The official lyric video for "Stick To Your Guns", a brand new song from SICK PUPPIES, can be seen below. The track features the band's latest addition, Houston-based singer-guitarist Bryan Scott. Scott previously played with GLASS INTREPID and DEV ELECTRIC and briefly toured as vocalist for EMPHATIC in 2011.

SICK PUPPIES bassist Emma Anzai said about "Stick To Your Guns": "You have to push regardless of what anyone tells you. This was a big thing for us. You can pray, hope, or wish for something to happen, but at the end of the day, you have to 'stick to your guns,' go out there, and believe. The song is meant to empower."

SICK PUPPIES has stayed relatively low-key since splitting with singer and guitarist Shim Moore in 2014, but is now finally ready to resurface.

Scott told Loudwire: "As soon as I found out about the lineup change, my gut feeling told me to reach out to Emma and [drummer] Mark [Goodwin], and we clicked right away. I knew this was a shot that could change the course of my life so I flew out to L.A. to audition the next morning."

Added Anzai and Goodwin: "Before we met Bryan in person, we knew he’d be a great fit. His audition of 'Odd One' and 'You're Going Down' was on point and from there the music progressed naturally."

SICK PUPPIES has booked several festival dates for this year, including Welcome To Rockville on May 1, Carolina Rebellion on May 6 and Rock On The Range on the weekend of May 20. They will also headline the "HardDrive Live" tour later this month.

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