The Dangerous Summer Drop New Single ‘Pacific Ocean’

The Dangerous Summer have dropped a tidal wave of anthemic feeling with their brand-new single ‘Pacific Ocean’.

The track is the latest cut from the band’s forthcoming album ‘Gravity’, which is set to arrive June 21 via Hopeless Records.

The new track has been described by the band’s frontman AJ Perdomo as being “about freedom and living in the moment,” adding that it’s “a love song at heart, and an ode to California.”

Describing the meaning behind the track and the difficult experience that inspired it, he’s said further:

“I mention a story in the song, about my good friend Dan Geraghty almost getting shot by someone outside of a bar in LA. I want to express the emotion of being human and leveling with the world – there’s a number of words it takes to get to the centre of it all. 

“We shot the music video ourselves. It has been insanely rewarding to dive headfirst into our visuals, it allows us to really capture a new dimension to the music.”

Have a listen to the track via its video below, which was shot by the band in Richmond, Virginia.

‘Pacific Ocean’ follows the release of the title track from the band’s forthcoming album, as well as the single ‘What’s An Hour Really Worth’.

To celebrate The Dangerous Summer’s forthcoming album, Rock Sound have teamed up with the band to produce a world exclusive transparent violet vinyl, limited to just 100 copies.

Available for delivery worldwide, you can get yours while stocks last only at SHOP.ROCKSOUND.TV.

The Dangerous Summer Gravity

The band are currently enjoying a UK tour, ahead of their Slam Dunk Festival appearance at the end of the week – see the dates below, and visit the band’s site to buy tickets.

Wed, May 22 – Guildford, UK – Boileroom

Thu, May 23 – Southampton, UK – Joiners

Sat, May 25 – Hatfield, UK – Slam Dunk Festival – South 2024

Sun, May 26 – Leeds, UK – Slam Dunk Festival – North 2024

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