New Noise Magazine is pleased to be premiering the quick to the punch “The Remedy” by Living With Lions. With plenty of vigor, the tune bodies the hard work and focus that Living With Lions have continuously pushed in their music. Melodies are bright, interwoven and harmonize well throughout the progressions. The maturity of their writing comes with the fluid dynamics that help build more tension in each emotional bend. “The Remedy” is off of the upcoming release, Island, out on September 21st via No Sleep Records.
“The Remedy is basically about all the times I’ve been a shitty person. I’ve written a lot of songs pointing fingers at other people that have wronged me and hurt others. I figured it was only fair, if I was going to call others out, to write a song about mistakes I’ve made.” – Chase Brenneman
Since 2009, Living With Lions have been making waves around the world with their trademark dynamics and anthem-esque melodies. After releasing their sophomore studio album, Holy Shit in 2011, Living With Lions toured extensively sharing the stage with bands such as: A Day to Remember, The Ghost Inside, Metallica, Blink 182, Paramore, New Found Glory, A Day to Remember, The Wonder Years, The Ghost Inside, Madball, Title Fight, Comeback Kid and many, many more.
After the departure of front-man Stu Ross in early 2012, many questioned what that would mean for the future of Living With Lions; Chase, Landon, Loren and Bill did not. “It was a big decision, but not a hard one.. There was so much more we wanted to accomplish as a band” says Chase Brenneman. With founding member, Chase Brenneman moving to lead vocals, and long time friend Craig Spelliscy joining on guitar, the Vancouver five piece picked up where they left off touring around the world.
2018 will prove to be a big year for Living With Lions. With their third full length album now complete and due out in the fall on No Sleep Records, the group looks to get back to what they truly enjoy the most, playing music together. Look out for Living With Lions on tour this fall and throughout 2019. Island will be available worldwide September 2018.