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Live Premiere Video For Love Lounge

It’s great to see these guys back at it after such a long break.

Last month Live dropped their first new single in 10 years, Love Lounge. Today, the multi-platinum band - featuring Ed Kowalczyk (vocals, guitar), Chad Taylor (guitar, backing vocals), Patrick Dahlheimer (bass) and Chad Gracey (drums, percussion) - have been kind enough to premiere the video for Love Lounge right here on Kerrang.com!

Taken from the band’s upcoming EP, Love Lounge, a song about love and fear, was produced by Taylor and mixed by Tim Palmer, also features the two touring members of Live: second guitarist (Zak Loy) and second drummer (Robin Diaz).

“This is the first time I was asked to produce and engineer LIVE, and Love Lounge was a monster track to capture,” says Chad Taylor of the song recorded at the band’s Think Loud Studios in the band’s York, PA hometown. “I wanted the band to sound raw and tight like our early days at CBGB’s.”

“I kept saying to everyone that we needed the first release of our comeback to be a ‘face melter’ in terms of energy and vibe,” says Ed Kowalczyk. “We were coming back from a very long break and I didn’t think it was time for a five-minute mid-tempo meditation.”

Check out the video right here:

This summer, Live will head out on a 40+ city trek across North America with their friends, Counting Crows, starting June 27 in Boise, ID. The full itinerary can be found here.

Posted on July 10th 2018, 4:42pm
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