In anticipation of The Bunny Gang’s sophomore record, Thrive, being release on September 23 via Hardline Entertainment, the Southern California based label has launched a pre-sale contest, which gives all purchasers a chance to win a Fender Guitar with hard case, a pair of Lakai skate shoes or a Blatant skate deck.
A track off the album, "Sirens Through The City", is available as a FREE DOWNLOAD on Hardline Entertainment's most recent label compilation.
“The bands name comes from a punk rock crew I grew up with in the South Bay of Los Angeles called The Original Bunny Gang or OBG PUNX. After playing with several great musicians, including my father Maxwell and my first ever bandmate Mike Peralta, in 2012, I met an amazing hearted and like- minded human being in Nat Lort-Nelson. He was the glue. There's a deep history, and we share a philosophical outlook. We believe art should say something."
That's exactly what songs like the first single, "Sirens Through City," do. Co-written with Scott Abels (Jimmy Cliff, The Aggrolites, Tim Armstrong & numerous other acclaimed artists) the song skates from a soulful riff into a poetic melody, it's a personal and poignant rumination from the singer. He also encloses a hopeful message inside of the track.
Ultimately, anybody who takes this ride with The Bunny Gang will feel that progression. "Life, art, and music are all evolution," he concludes. It sounds like revolution is just up ahead for The Bunny Gang.