Lauren Strange announces the debut of her new single, Zombie, available for digital purchase on SEPT 23, 2016. Zombie, originally made famous by The Cranberries on their 1994 release Need to Argue, will be anything but lifeless. Strange, best known for winning the 2010 John Lennon International Songwriting Contest & the 2010 Lennon Award, follows her 2014 alternative rock EP release “Say Yes” with a sharp, heavy take on the song Zombie. Watch here.

The song will be available on SEPT 23, 2016 on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon mp3, Google Play, Apple Music, & Tidal. Pre-order Zombie now exclusively on Bandcamp. A private review link is provided below for the upcoming single, and Lauren is immediately available for interview.

Strange says, “Zombie was one of the first songs I remember connecting to as a teenager, so I wanted to re-introduce it to a new audience.”

Two distorted guitars eerily kick in-stereo with the beginning of the chorus as Strange aggressively attacks the famous lyrics with her signature classically-trained growl. Additional vocal harmonies are added showcasing her skill both as an arranger and professional background vocalist.

Since 2011, Lauren Strange has been focusing on her music projects including Lauren Strange & the Pretty Killers and collaborations and tours with artists including Passion Pit, Jennie Vee (Courtney Love), & Little Anthony & the Imperials. Strange plans to release a new original EP this fall and to schedule shows immediately following its release.

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