Dead Sara release their highly anticipated new album AIN’T IT TRAGIC, today via Warner Records. This marks the first new full-length album from the Los Angeles rock legends since 2018’s Temporary Things Taking Up Space EP.
The album’s eleven tracks were co-produced by Dead Sara’s drummer/programmer Sean Friday along with Noah Shain, who previously produced, mixed, and engineered the band’s previous two albums, Dead Sara (2012) and Pleasure To Meet You (2015). Click here to stream AIN’T IT TRAGIC.
To date, Dead Sara have released a pair of acclaimed tracks from AIN’T IT TRAGIC – “Hands Up” and “Heroes” – which have been critically praised as “explosive” by Loudwire and “raw and heavy” by Consequence of Sound. The current single “Heroes” has just impacted Rock Radio and is the #1 Most Added at the format this week.
To celebrate today’s album launch, Dead Sara release a new LA-centric video for the mesmeric track “Hypnotic,” filmed on the mean streets of downtown Los Angeles, directed by Alicia Sadler. Click here to view and share the “Hypnotic” video.
Written and recorded during lockdown in their hometown, AIN’T IT TRAGIC reveals a band at the apex of their songwriting prowess and highlights the bands dual guitar assault courtesy of Emily Armstrong (vocals/guitar/songwriter) and Siouxsie Medley (guitars/backing vocals) along with the masterful drumming by the album co-producer Sean Friday.
Track for track, AIN’T IT TRAGIC bursts with intense yet melodic verses/choruses throughout and doused with copious amounts of the feral energy and attitude that define Dead Sara both on record and on-stage. Click here for a brief view behind the scenes.