Dear-God Collaborates With DoFlame
Dear-God teams up with DoFlame for a new single “The Dungeon” out now via Dine Alone Records. Produced by DEAR-GOD’s Robert Ortiz and Lecx Stacey, “The Dungeon” is a powerhouse electro-punk track inspired by experiences in post pandemic Los Angeles. Speaking about the song, Ortiz says, “It’s about circumstances and reflection. Having to survive and watch your step in a capitalist dystopia where people are on the prowl to eat. The dungeon is where you accept defeat and succumb to the world around you.”
“The Dungeon” follows DEAR-GOD’s 2020 EP 1-844-4DEAR-GOD, which features the tracks “Slamdance” which dropped with a video directed by Rebecca Ortiz and “New Kid On The Block” along with the 2021 Deftones’ cover of “Be Quiet and Drive (Far Away)” and Ortiz’s contribution and production on DoFlame’s album DoStrroy released earlier this year. In 2019, Ortiz arrived loudly out of Brampton, Ontario with “The Burbs” which was the debut release from the DEAR-GOD project.
Purchase “The Dungeon” by Dear-God and DoFlame HERE
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