The track is taken from The New Pacific’s as-of-yet untitled EP, which is set for release later this year.
Founded in the Spring of 2015, Los Angeles rock ‘n roll breakouts The New Pacific have earned national exposure for their melodic, emotive and resonating brand of rock. A set at the world famous Lollapalooza and airtime on KROQ radio further bolstering the stock of the young Californians.
Comprised of Alec Strickland (Guitar/Vocals), Brett Carpenter(Guitar), Dustin Martin (Bass) and Brian Perry (Drums) the musical outfit cites influences ranging from Refused to Thrice to Queens Of The Stone Age, something that shines through in the band’s dexterous and accomplished brand of rock.
“The New Pacific are the kind of band that made me fall in love with music. They are the future and they don’t even know it. Definitely the band to root for.” — Nicole Alvarez, 106.7 KROQ Los Angeles
The band featured alongside some of the biggest names in music as they landed a track on the Eagles of Death Metal Benefit Albumalongside Florence and the Machine, Kings of Leon and Jimmy Eat World with their cover of “I Love You All The Time”.
2016 saw the release of much anticipated EP ‘Cycle’; a record debuted to a packed series of release shows at a trio of legendary LA venues: The Roxy, the Whiskey and Emo Night at The Echo.
“The New Pacific are hard rocking young men for sure! Driving guitar rock with vocal melodies both aggressive and haunting in their sensibilities.” — Jim Adkins, Jimmy Eat World
In December 2017 the New Pacific entered the studio with Steve Evetts (The Cure, Saves The Day, Every Time I Die) to work on a follow up tho their 2016 effort, with the as-of-yet untitled EP set for release later this year. In the meantime, the band has delivered a mouth-watering taster for the coming record, with new single for “Get Away” out now.