Mod Sun Unveils “Flames (feat. Avril Lavigne) {Acoustic}”

Following the release of his anticipated Internet Killed The Rockstar album in February, Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter-producer MOD SUN releases his new single “Flames (feat. Avril Lavigne) [Acoustic]” via Big Noise.
The collaboration that Cosmopolitan says “we didn’t know we needed” and Entertainment Weekly dubs as sitting “right at home among the emo catalog millennials would blast alone in their bedroom if they needed an emotional release” gets a classic re-work showcasing MOD SUN and Avril’s chemistry and haunting vocals. 

Listen here: https://modsun.ffm.to/flamesacoustic

“I wanted to offer a bright side to the story and I felt like sonically I could paint that landscape through acoustic guitar and a string section,”says MOD.“I wanted to make it feel like it was being performed in a giant ballroom in the middle of a bright summer day.”

The original recording of “Flames (ft. Avril Lavigne)” has over 30M streams across platforms, peaked at the #8 spot on Billboard’s US Rock Digital Song chart, and is currently in the Top 25 at Alternative Radio.

“Flames (feat. Avril Lavigne) [Acoustic]” is the first single from MOD SUN’S upcoming Internet Killed The Rockstar Deluxe album (out May 7th via Big Noise) that is sure to make an even bigger mark on the musical landscape. The deluxe album will feature eight new tracks including acoustic renditions of Internet Killed The Rockstar songs and original studio releases.

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