The Bombpops announce 'Death in Venice Beach,' share single 'Notre Dame'

January 15, 2020

If catchy hooks, infectious vocals, and driving guitars are your thing, we have you covered. The Bombpops are set to release their second full-length, 'Death in Venice Beach,' on March 13 via Fat Wreck Chords. The album’s themes and sounds were captured with maximum nuance by a production team consisting of Yotam Ben Horin (Useless ID), Fat Mike (NOFX), and Chris Fogal (The Gamits), who also recorded 'Fear of Missing Out.' Plus, they have a new music video to share for their lead single, 'Notre Dame,' which you can watch below. The video is an ode to David Lynch’s 'Mulholland Drive,' and explores the dark side of Los Angeles.

Guitarist/vocalist, Jen Razavi had the following to share about the genesis of the song: "I’ve always loved the idea of souls being here together in past lives and the notion that space and time have never really mattered. I saw Notre Dame in flames on the news and immediately sat down to write a song. It was the exact imagery I needed to convey a theme I had been exploring about knowing someone so deeply before ever meeting them. A centuries-old cathedral in flames became a perfect representation."

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