Loud love releases "Lions, Wolves & War" In Response to Police violence against minorities

Philadelphia alternative rock band Loud Love has just released their latest single, the fuzzed-out, modern rock anthem “Lions, Wolves & War”. The riff-laden track, featuring the dueling vocals of Vincent Marone and Shannon Leeds, was recorded by Matt Weber (The Gradwell House, Haddon Heights, NJ), and mastered by Dave Downham. It is the first single off of the band's upcoming EP, PHASES, out this Fall.

Lyrically, "Lions, Wolves & War" is a song of learning and reflection. “This song was written during the height of George Floyd’s murder at the hands of police," songwriter and guitarist Vincent Marone explains, "If I’m being honest, I didn’t understand the scope of what minorities were facing. This event, along with many others, opened my eyes to the real horrors they face each and every day. I began asking questions and educating myself. During a conversation with my friend, I asked how I could become an ally to the movement. What she told me was a well-deserved and very honest answer... she told me to be a true ally I need to ‘Shut the f*ck up and allow them to use their voices.’ This song is really my reflection of all of this.”

With a surefire rock ‘n roll sound paired with heavy-hitting lyrics, this track is sure to be a great addition to anyone's summer playlists. "Lion, Wolves and War" is now streaming on all major platforms and on Loud Love’s website.