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Sum 41 release new single ‘Landmines’ with music video

Sum 41 release new single ‘Landmines’ with music video

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Sum 41, the Grammy-nominated band, makes a lively comeback with “Landmines,” their latest single and debut release on Rise Records.

“Landmines” is a powerful expression of enduring hardships for those who matter. Deryck Whibley, the vocalist, vividly portrays evading danger while fiercely holding onto loved ones. The captivating chorus unites the crowd with anthemic chants, accompanied by drum fills that resonate like metaphorical landmines. The song is complemented by an energetic music video, showcasing Sum 41’s transformation of a 1998 prom into a wild rock concert turned food fight, reminiscent of their early career days.

“Despite Sum 41’s announcement of their forthcoming conclusion, ‘Landmines’ demonstrates that the iconic pop-punk legends are exiting on a high note.”

Whibley shares, “While writing Landmines, my intention wasn’t to create an old school ‘pop punk’ song. Surprisingly, it flowed out effortlessly and immediately, and I instantly recognized the unique significance of this track.”

“Landmines” is available to stream now and the music video will premiere at 5 pm BST

Sum 41 is set to perform at When We Were Young in Las Vegas, Nevada on October 21st and 22nd, 2023. Additionally, they will be part of a sold-out When We Were Young Sideshow at Brooklyn Bowl on October 20th, along with Bowling For Soup, Plain White T’s, Your Broken Hero, and others.

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The band is scheduled to perform a sold-out show at La Defense Arena in Paris, France on November 24, 2024, as part of their European tour.

Sum 41’s illustrious 27-year career has solidified their position in rock history. With over 15 million records sold globally, numerous Billboard Chart achievements, a Grammy Award nomination, 2 Juno Awards (7 nominations), and a 2002 Kerrang! Award, multiple Alternative Press Music Awards, and countless accolades have left an indelible mark.

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The official artwork for Landmines
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