Bad Omens Premiere New Songs “What Do You Want From Me?” & “Artificial Suicide”

Bad Omens have premiered two new songs, “What Do You Want From Me?” and “Artificial Suicide.” These tracks are from the band’s new album, “The Death Of Peace Of Mind,” which will be released on February 25.

Bad Omens To Release New Album “The Death Of Peace Of Mind” In February, Premiere Video For The Title Track

Bad Omens will be releasing their new album, “The Death Of Peace Of Mind,” on February 25. You can find a music video for the title track below:

“The Death Of Peace Of Mind” Track Listing:

01. “Concrete Jungle”
02. “Nowhere To Go”
03. “Take Me First”
04. “The Death Of Peace Of Mind”
05. “What It Cost”
06. “Like A Villain”
07. “Bad Decisions”
08. “Just Pretend”
09. “The Grey”
10. “Who Are You?”
11. “Somebody Else.”
12. “IDWT$”
13. “What Do You Want From Me?”
14. “Artificial Suicide”
15. “Miracle”

Vocalist Noah Sebastian commented:

“Making the record changed us as songwriters and musicians. In many ways, I feel like it set me free as an artist because every decision made in the writing process was for myself, with no fear for anyone else’s expectations of what our third album should sound like. Be it our fans or our record label.”

“The whole record really details the loss of peace of mind. The lyrics in the title track are a little more specific in terms of the conflict at the heart of something more intimate and personal.”

“Sonically, we want to do something you can’t arrive late or early too. You can’t cheat your way to the final act. You have to get on the ride and process it until the end. The songs are meant to be heard from start to finish. We want you to take the whole trip with us.”

Bad Omens Release New Live EP

Bad Omens have released a new live EP titled “Live.” The effort features the live songs that were included on the band’s “Record Store Day” release “Live + Unplugged.“ Here’s the track listing:

01. “Glass Houses” (live)
02. “The Worst In Me” (live)
03. “Never Know” (live)
04. “Careful What You Wish For” (live)
05. “Limits” (live)
06. “Dethrone” (live)
07. “Mercy” (live)

Bad Omens Share Video For Unplugged Version Of “If I’m There”

Bad Omens have premiered a new video for an unplugged version of their song “If I’m There.“ That track is from the band’s 2020 EP “FGBGFM Unplugged” and it will also appear on their new Record Store Day release “Live + Unplugged” (out July 17).

Bad Omens Premiere New Video For Acoustic Version Of “Burning Out”

Bad Omens have premiered a new video for their acoustic version of “Burning Out.” This track is from the band’s acoustic EP “FGBGFM Unplugged,” which was released in October 2020.

Noah Sebastian commented:

“Toward the end of last year, we went to Yosemite with our roommates and our good friend Dana to clear our heads and get away from the madness that is LA, even more so in a pandemic. After what felt like the shortest year ever once touring was shut down, it was a breath of fresh air (literally) to get out of the house again and to such a beautiful place, no less.

On our last day we drove around Bass Lake and found a pull off with an amazing fall view. Still having an acoustic video to shoot, as well as Orie and Dana and their cameras, and an acoustic guitar, we figured what better way to immortalize the memory of that moment and trip than to shoot it there on the spot.”

Bad Omens Premiere New Video For Acoustic Version Of “Careful What You Wish For”

Bad Omens have premiered a new video for their acoustic version of “Careful What You Wish For.” This track is from the band’s acoustic EP “FGBGFM Unplugged,” which was released in October.

We Came As Romans, Bad Omens, The Plot In You, & Dayseeker Announce Free Livestreaming Event

We Came As Romans, Bad Omens, The Plot In You, and Dayseeker will be taking part in a special livestream concert on December 3-4. The Plot In You and Dayseeker will play the first night, while We Came As Romans and Bad Omens will play the second night. SiriusXM‘s Caity Babs will be hosting the event and free tickets are available HERE. We Came As Romans’ Dave Stephens commented:

“As terrible as 2020 has been for the entire entertainment industry, creating this livestreaming event has been a nice escape for everyone involved, and we are hoping it has the same effect for our fans. The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has been extremely difficult on all of us, but we are thankful to have had the opportunity to be together, play music, and be blessed with the resources to share it with our fanbase. Stay safe everyone, and keep your heads up.”