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Bad Omens Release New Single + Music Video For “Nowhere To Go”

by Becky Black
Los Angeles-based rock sensation Bad Omens have unleashed their latest single and music video for “Nowhere To Go”, taken from the band’s phenomenal new album ‘THE DEATH OF PEACE OF MIND’ (out via Sumerian Records).
Prior to today’s release, Bad Omens released a stunning visual stream for “The Grey” and previously shared music videos for the album title track “THE DEATH OF PEACE OF MIND”“ARTIFICIAL SUICIDE” and “Like A Villain” which altogether have totaled a stellar 10 million views on YouTube, with the single releases (also including “What do you want from me?” and “Like A Villain”) amassing nearly 28 million streams and counting on Spotify alone. Watch the music video for “Nowhere To Go” here or at the link below and stream the track here.

THE DEATH OF PEACE OF MIND
BAD OMENS
Track Listing:
1. CONCRETE JUNGLE
2. Nowhere To Go
3. Take Me First
4. THE DEATH OF PEACE OF MIND
5. What It Cost
6. Like A Villain
7. bad decisions
8. Just Pretend
9. The Grey
10. Who are you?
11. Somebody else.
12. IDWT$
13. What do you want from me?
14. ARTIFICIAL SUICIDE
15. Miracle
Fans will have their chance to see Bad Omens at Welcome To Rockville today and are on tour currently with In This Moment and DED. The band will next be headlining the DWPRESENTS Anniversary Party and Livestream on Saturday, June 4, and then will be joining A Day To Remember, The Ghost Inside (on select dates), and Beartooth on the ‘Just Some Shows’ tour this summer. Just announced yesterday, Bad Omens will also be performing onboard the 2023 ShipRocked Cruise. For ticket information, please click here.
Welcome To Rockville
Thursday, May 19 – Daytona Beach, FL @ Daytona International Speedway
In This Moment + DED Tour Dates:
May 20 – Dothan, AL @ The Plant
May 21 – Huntsville, AL @ Mars Music Hall
May 24 – Knoxville, TN @ Tennessee Theatre
May 25 – Fort Wayne, IN @ The Clyde Theatre
May 27 – Niagara Falls, NY @ The Rapids Theatre
May 29 – Portland, ME @ State Theatre
DWPresents Anniversary Party + Livestream
June 4 – Louisville, KY @ Headliners Music Hall
‘Just Some Shows’ Tour Dates:
July 27 – Baltimore, MD @ Pier Siz Pavilion
July 29 – Cleveland, OH @ Jacobs Pavilion
July 30 – Toronto, ON @ RBC Echo Beach
July 31 – Quebec, QC @ Quebec City Old Port Agora
August 2 – East Providence, RI @ Bold Point Park
August 3 – Bangor, ME @ Maine Savings Amphitheater
August 5 – Bridgeport, CT @ Hartford HealthCare Amphitheater
August 6 – Reading, PA @ Santander Arena
August 7 – Asbury Park, NJ @ Stone Pony Summer Stage
August 9 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Stage AE
August 11 – Chattanooga, TN @ Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Auditorium
August 12 – Maryland Heights, MO @ Saint Louis Music Park
August 14 – Council Bluffs, IA @ Stir Concert Cove-Harrah’s Council Bluffs Casino & Hotel
August 16 – Cedar Rapids, IA @ McGrath Amphitheatre
August 17 – Oshkosh, WI @ Menominee Nation Arena
August 20 – Wichita, KS @ Wave
August 21 – Bonner Springs, KS @ Azura Amphitheater
August 23 – Indianapolis, IN @ TCU Amphitheater at White River State Park
August 24 – Pikeville, KY @ East Kentucky Expo Center
August 26 – Simpsonville, SC @ CCNB Amphitheatre at Heritage Park
August 27 – Portsmouth, VA @ Atlantic Union Bank Pavilion
ShipRocked Cruise 2023
January 22-28 @ Port Canaveral, Half Moon Cay, Grand Turk, and Amber Cove
Bad Omens slither through boundaries, only to ultimately choke convention in the process. The quartet—Noah Sebastian (vocals), Joakim “Jolly” Karlsson (guitar), Nick Ruffilo (bass), and Nick Folio (drums)—materialize with ghostly atmospherics, striking hooks, and the tingles of sensual high-register harmonies uplifted by cinematic production. Racking up over 250M worldwide streams to date and earning acclaim, the band presents an uncompromising and undeniable vision on their third full-length album, ‘THE DEATH OF PEACE OF MIND’ (Sumerian Records).
“Making the record changed us as songwriters and musicians. In many ways, I feel like it set me free as an artist because every decision made in the writing process was for myself, with no fear for anyone else’s expectations of what our third album should sound like. Be it our fans or our record label.”
They’ve always wielded this level of magic though…
The group’s 2016 self-titled debut, ‘Bad Omens’, yielded fan favorites such as “Glass Houses” and “The Worst In Me” which eclipsed nearly 25 million Spotify streams. On its heels, 2019’s ‘Finding God Before God Finds Me’ spawned “Dethrone” (13 million Spotify streams) and “Careful What You Wish For” (10 million Spotify streams). Along the way, they toured with numerous marquee acts and received tastemaker praise.
After their first headline tour was canceled mid-way at the top of the global pandemic, the band found themselves at home in Los Angeles with plenty of time. Where they absorbed and imparted a different palette of unexpected inspirations. Channeling what the frontman describes at times as a “cursive sound” they embraced newfound confidence and boundlessly loose creativity. Anything went in the studio, and all “rules” were broken. Noah and Jolly wrote, produced, and engineered the music themselves while GRAMMY® Award-nominated producer and songwriter Zakk Cervini (Halsey, Grimes, Poppy, blink-182) lent his talents with the mix and master. Challenging himself, Noah decided to “make a track sampling items around the house, none of which were musical instruments”.
This ultimately became the framework for the first single “THE DEATH OF PEACE OF MIND”. Claps puncture the icy soundscape as his voice stretches from a breathy moan into an evocative and entrancing hook, breaking from a whisper into the seductive chant, “It wasn’t hard to realize. Love’s the death of peace of mind.” It culminates on a climactic scream uplifted by a distorted crunch.
“The whole record really details the loss of peace of mind,” he explains. “The lyrics in the title track are a little more specific in terms of the conflict at the heart of something more intimate and personal.”
By speaking it aloud, Bad Omens offer a level of comfort and empathy, with a sinister shroud. At the same time, they also give rock music a sexy new shape on ‘THE DEATH OF PEACE OF MIND’.
“Sonically, we want to do something you can’t arrive late or early too,” he leaves off. “You can’t cheat your way to the final act. You have to get on the ride and process it until the end. The songs are meant to be heard from start to finish. We want you to take the whole trip with us.”

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