Taken from “an album in the works”, “Trouble” is the second in a series of new Death by Unga Bunga singles set to be released in the coming months via Jansen Records.
“Our new song, ‘Trouble,’ is about all the bad things you do to yourself because it feels good,” says lead singer and guitarist Sebastian Ulstad Olsen. “Be that what it may. We all know that knowledge is power, but who the hell will ever learn??”
For over a decade, Death By Unga Bunga have supplied their own blend of punchy rock ‘n’ roll, joyful power pop, and wavy psychedelia that reels you in and doesn’t let go.
Hailing from Moss, Norway, the band formed in 2007 after lead singer and guitarist Sebastian Ulstad Olsen held auditions out of his own garage. Since those early days, Olsen, Preben S. Andersen (guitar/keyboards), Stian S. Gulbrandsen (guitar), Even Rolland Pettersen (bass), and Ole S. Nesset (drums) have been doing things their own way, unafraid to evolve and build on the powerhouse sound longtime fans have come to know them for.
Death By Unga Bunga took their name from the title of legendary punk band The Mummies’ 2003 record, which they note as a source of creative inspiration. Influences aside, the band have proven time and time again that they are no cookie-cutter copy of their predecessors.
Death by Unga Bunga are ready to unleash some of their best work so far. This new chapter kicked off with the release of their hard-hitting lead single “Not Like the Others” on May 22 and continues with the release of the electric, new track “Trouble” on August 14. With more music at the ready, listeners should buckle up for rock ‘n’ roll that will fill your soul and make you forget about the troubles of modern life.