Bob Vylan drop explosive single GDP, announce new album

With upcoming LP Bob Vylan Presents The Price Of Life arriving next April, the duo have just dropped new single GDP to coincide with the album announcement!

Bob Vylan drop explosive single GDP, announce new album
Emily Carter

Bob Vylan have announced that their upcoming album, Bob Vylan Presents The Price Of Life, is arriving next year.

The eagerly-anticipated 14-track record will drop via their own Ghost Theatre label on April 22, with new single GDP available to hear today (November 19).

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Vocalist Bobby Vylan says of the track: "This single explores a lot of the topics we’re known for: racism, class, social struggles in a way that may not be so obvious on first listen but when you hear lines about friends being stabbed because they come from a place and live a lifestyle that encourages violence to get what you want, you can’t help but ask yourself, 'Well, how did that environment begin?'

"The chorus tells you outright: 'What good is talking about the GDP if I’m struggling to get by?'"

Watch the video below:

The full Bob Vylan Presents The Price Of Life tracklist is as follows:

1. Walter Speaks
2. Wicked & Bad
3. Big Man
4. Take That
5. Health is Wealth
6. He Sold Guns
7. Must Be More
8. Pretty Songs
9. Turn Off The Radio (Radio Single)
10. GDP
11. Bait The Bear
12. Phone Tap (Alexa)
13. Drug War
14. Whatugonnado?

And the album artwork looks like this:

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