Kill Your Own
Hundred Reasons have just delivered the video for new single 'Kill Your Own'. The video was shot by director Lee Lennox at Asylum studios in London with tons of reasons fans totally rocking out.
'Kill your Own' is the first official single to be taken from the bands new album. The band then entered Kore Studios in London as soon as they'd they finished writing, with Larry taking the production helm and longtime associate Dave Sardy (renowned producer of Oasis, Rolling Stones and previous Hundred Reasons albums) handling mixing duties on three of the eleven tracks.
They set about creating a record that is at times loud, aggressive and antagonistic ('Live Fast, Die Ugly' and the title track and first single 'Kill Your Own') whilst at others gentle, positive and most of all, uplifting ('The Chance' and 'Breathe Again'). The new songs are the most honest, multi-layered and quite possibly the best material the band have produced to date, but most of all, the record is an accurate reflection of Hundred Reasons in 2006 – accomplished, confident and hungry.
The first fruit from the album was 'Feed The Fire', a limited edition release (the third instalment in the band's Singles Club series) initially given out to fans on their sold out December Barfly tour and then made available as a free download through the band's website. This will be followed by the first official single, the album title track 'Kill Your Own' on 6th March on V2, with the album following on 20th March.
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