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ABOVE SNAKES Release Music Video for New Single “I Feel Bad”

Boston-based hard rock outfit ABOVE SNAKES have partnered with KNOTFEST.com for the release of the band’s new music video. Fans can check out the premiere of “I Feel Bad” exclusively at the link found here.

Speaking exclusively with KNOTFEST about their new single, Above Snakes frontman Johnny Skulls shares, “The premise of ‘I Feel Bad’ is me talking to myself; questioning if I can go on and succeed through the eyes of my new self. Can I be the person I need to be without getting pulled under by the dark hands of my past?

“I Feel Bad”, which is preceded by the band’s 2020 offerings “Adrenaline” and “Never Alone”, will be available on Spotify and Apple Music TOMORROW (Feb. 19th).

Pre-save “I Feel Bad” here.

After years spent grinding in the ever-dimming lights of Hollywood, vocalist Johnny Skulls and guitarist Dax Dabs opened their eyes and realized what so many never do: ”why the f*ck are we trying to do it THEIR way?” At that moment, what once felt so distorted and lacking in its luster was now crystal clear. And with nothing but the open road and their own volition staring back at them, the two joined forces after years of friendship and returned to where it all started.

In 2019, the duo found their way back home to Boston and began working relentlessly on a new project: Above Snakes. They would soon partner with producer Kile Odell (Fozzy, Through Fire, Awake At Last) and in the summer of 2020, the band released their debut track “Adrenaline”, which quickly earned Spotify placements from the likes of Loudwire and Hopeless Records. “Adrenaline” was soon followed by their next single “Never Alone”, and a massive placement on the “Rock Hard” playlist on Spotify.

Following the release of their latest single “I Feel Bad”Above Snakes will return to the studio in March with producer Kile Odell to complete their debut full-length record.

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