Listen To New HOLLYWOOD UNDEAD Song 'Gotta Let Go'

Listen To New HOLLYWOOD UNDEAD Song 'Gotta Let Go'

HOLLYWOOD UNDEAD has released a new single, "Gotta Let Go". The summery tune exposes a more melodic side of the band and showcases its impressive songwriting chops. By stripping things down to their core, the quintet unveils a new side of themselves, while still remaining uniquely UNDEAD.

"At times when we look at the past, we only see the struggles and the hardships," says Johnny 3 Tears, HOLLYWOOD UNDEAD's vocalist and bass guitarist. "We too often forget about the good moments because we are blinded by the pain we all go through. This song is about letting go of that pain, so we can see that life can be a beautiful experience."

Since the release of HOLLYWOOD UNDEAD's latest album, "Five" (October 2017 via Dove & Grenade Media/BMG), the band has crossed an impressive one billion U.S. streams across its catalog, as well as 1.7 million total Shazams. In addition to debuting at No. 7 on the Billboard 200 chart, "Five" has racked up 56 million total global streams, and the six music videos from the record have garnered 30 million views cumulatively.

After touring tirelessly worldwide throughout the past year, HOLLYWOOD UNDEAD will head back out on the road this weekend, playing Rock Am Ring and Rock Im Park festivals in Germany, followed by a run of headline dates and festival performances across Europe and the U.S. In August, the band will also return to Europe for the Reading and Leeds festivals in the U.K.

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