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The Interrupters have unveiled a brand-new single from their upcoming album In The Wild.
The song – entitled As We Live – features Rancid's Tim Armstrong and The Bodysnatchers' Rhoda Dakar, and hears them all powerfully singing that: 'Life is for dancing, life is for moving / As long as I’m breathing, I am renewing.'
Vocalist Aimee Interrupter explains of the meaning behind the track: “Love is the fuel for everything beautiful in the world. Love should be approached with urgency and that’s what we are trying to capture with this song.
“It is truly humbling to have musical legends, Tim Armstrong and Rhoda Dakar co-writing and singing this one with us.”
Listen to As We Live below:
The Interrupters have also confirmed that they will appear on Jimmy Kimmel Live! later this month. Shortly after their big TV spot, the band will then be kicking off their UK and European tour later this summer. The Interrupters will be starting their tour in Tilburg, NL on August 7, followed by shows in Belgium, Germany, Slovenia, Italy, Austria and the UK. Tickets can be bought here.
Catch them at the following:
7 Tilburg Poppodium 013
8 Lokere Lokerse Feesten
9 Cologne Live Music Hall
11 Tolmin Punk Rock Holiday 2022
12 Igea Marina Bay Fest 2022
13 Linz Tabakfabrik Linz
16 Berlin Huxleys Neue Welt
17 Hamburg Markthalle
20 Tiverton Beautiful Days Festival 2022
21 Bristol Marble Factory
23 Nottingham Rock City
24 Leeds O2 Academy
29 Manchester Academy
31 Glasgow Barrowland Ballroom
2 Birmingham O2 Institute
3 London O2 Academy Brixton
In The Wild is set to drop on August 5 via Hellcat / Epitaph Records.
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