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Lost In Society “Wake Up”
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Lost In Society “Wake Up”

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It’s a long way to the top if you want to rock’n’roll, and Lost In Society hasn’t taken that lightly. 2024 marks 20 years of band members Zach Moyle and Nick Ruroede playing music together. Partnering once again with California’s Wiretap Records, LIS is preparing to release a fresh batch of new songs. The new release finds the band once again teaming up with The Bouncing Souls guitarist Pete Steinkopf for production and marks the first appearance of new drummer Gee Lima and guitarist Tom Blaney. Rippers only.

Of the new single “Wake Up”, bassist Nick Ruroede says, “I never listened to Pavement growing up and then at some point my wife introduced me to Gold Soundz and I just would repeat Pavement all day long. This song came from that time period. It was the last song we worked on for the new batch of recordings and is by far my favorite from the bunch. I think Zach did a really good job lyrically of expressing what it’s like when your life doesn’t turn out the way you might have thought it would and coming to terms with that.”

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