Pay attention up, ska-punk appreciators! We’ve got a bitchin’ premiere for you today. It’s the new new music movie from San Diego’s Late for Everyday living, for their model new one “M357” (pronounced Em, 3, five, seven). Examine that shit out under!

“M357” depicts the prying cycle of addiction in the thoughts. The music was written, recorded and generated by Late for Life. The band labored with TJ Rivera for mixing and mastering. The music movie was composed, shot and directed by Rick Galli and manufactured by Richard W. King.

Late for Existence designs to launch multiple singles with accompanying video clips throughout 2024. Stick to their socials to remain up to date and head above to their Bandcamp to verify out a lot more music.

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