By JOHN DALY
Lord Sonny the Unifier, the Brooklyn-based boss of psychedelic Punk Rock, has released the single “(All My Friends Live) Underground,” off his upcoming EP All New Information.
The track has all the earmarkings of an iconoclastic punk ideology and the roots in the punk genre run deep with Lord Sonny. The track reflects the changing times in which we live and offers food for thought. Lord Sonny the Unifier makes no excuses with this darkly upbeat, throwback rock tune that lingers long after in the listener’s mind.
“(All of My Friends Live) Underground” is the first new music since Lord Sonny’s debut full-length FINAL NOTICE!, released in 2019.
The first of four singles to be released on the upcoming EP All New Information, “(All My Friends Live) Underground” is supported by Greg Jiritano’s rock n’ roll sound and features the backing vocals of Amy Gordon.
“‘All My Friends Live Underground’ is a song about iconoclasts and outsiders who find their group of freaks, or Tribe in the shadows and underbelly, outside the conventions of society,” said Lord Sonny. “It’s a calling to join us and leave behind what society has embraced as the norms and the acceptable, the well trod path above. Leave the trivialities being thrust upon us since birth and join our Tribe and rediscover there the truths that will enrich you and not those who suck your energy in order to enrich themselves.”
“(All My Friends Live) Underground” is out now. Lord Sonny the Unifier’s anticipated new EP All New Information will be released in November, 2020.
The video for “(All My Friends Live) Underground” by B.A. Miale is compelling in its unique style, check it out: