Death Lens, the LA-based punk group featuring Bryan Torres (vocals), Jhon Reyes (guitar, vocals) Richy Diaz (drums), Ed Contreras (bass) and Matt Silva (guitar), recently released their latest single and video, “DAEMON,” the second cut from their forthcoming album, No Luck. The record, which drops via Secret Friends Music Group on April 15th was announced with the lead single, “Abrupt.” It was recorded and mixed at Jazzcats Studios in Long Beach by Jonny Bell.

Commenting on the new tune and video clip, vocalist Bryan Torres shares:

“The video shows what goes on in our heads as we casually practice ‘DAEMON.’ The people watching don’t exist, they are figments of our imaginations. They each represent a life struggle, along with world struggles, that we have to manage and deal with everyday. The last man standing at the end, raising his fist up high, is the little voice that is working overtime to keep us all optimistic even in the darkest of times.”

In other news, the group has several upcoming shows (dates listed below) and will perform at the Treefort Festival in Boise, ID on March 26th and 27th.

No Luck Track Listing:

1. Defy
2. Abrupt
3. No Luck
5. Gone Boy
6. Not Impressed
7. Typical
8. Corridor
9. Slugger
10. S.T.F.T. (Intro)
11. Swing For The Fences
12. Slow Burner
13. Fear No Man
14. Afterwards

Upcoming Tour Dates:

3/26 – Boise, ID @ Treefort Festival (The Shredder)
3/27 – Boise, ID @ Treefort Festival (Radioland)
3/28 – Albuquerque, NM @ Launchpad w/ Together Pangea*
3/29 – El Paso, TX @ Lowbrow Palace w/ Together Pangea*
3/31 – Austin, TX @ Antone’s w/ Together Pangea*
4/1 – San Antonio, TX @ Paper Tiger w/ Together Pangea*
4/2 – Dallas, TX @ Deep Ellum Art Company w/ Together Pangea*

Artwork for the album ‘No Luck’ by Death Lens

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