Dead Sara Perform Five New Songs at California Concert
When we were introduced to Dead Sara in 2012, we were blown away by the band's raw power and incredible live show. Dead Sara have set themselves up for some serious attention once their sophomore album comes out, but until then, fans can watch this live footage of multiple new tracks.
Dead Sara came out of nowhere with their self-titled debut album in 2012. From there, Dead Sara began to tour with major acts such as Muse and the Used. The band is beginning to become a headlining act, and at a Nov. 18 show in Santa Ana, Calif., Dead Sara jammed five brand new cuts.
The good people of AlternativeNation.net captured video of Dead Sara performing the fresh tracks. Frontwoman Emily Armstrong belts out the hard-rocking 'Mr. Mr.,' while the band goes on to jam the anthemic cuts 'Lovesick' and 'Radio 1 2.'
Dead Sara slowed things down a bit with 'Mona Lisa.' The soulful song begins almost in the style of a church celebration, as fans reached to the sky and snapped their fingers while humming along with Armstrong's intro. You'll also notice some beefy riffage from guitarist Siouxsie Medley, filling in the sonic space left open after Armstrong drops her vocals.
Last but not least, we've got 'California Hombre,' which carries an anarchist dance feel through the song's multilayered "Nah, nah, nah" vocal attack.
If these five songs represent the feel of Dead Sara's upcoming sophomore album, then we've got something truly great to forward to. Listen to the new tracks above and below via AlternativeNation.net.
Dead Sara, 'Lovesick'
Dead Sara, 'Radio 1 2'
Dead Sara, 'Mona Lisa'
Dead Sara, 'California Hombre'