Hollywood Undead Releases New Song “House Of Mirrors” featuring Jelly Roll
American rap rock band Hollywood Undead, consisting of Jorel “J-Dog” Decker (guitar), Dylan “Funny Man” Alvarez (vocals), George “Johnny 3 Tears” Ragan (bass), Jordon “Charlie Scene” Terrell (guitar) and Daniel “Danny” Murillo (keyboards), will release the deluxe version of the eighth studio album “Hotel Kalifornia” this Friday (April 28th) via BMG.
From the album, the band released a new song “House Of Mirrors” on April 26, 2023.
This time, the band teamed up with American singer-songwriter Jelly Roll on the track.
The track was written by Jordon Terrell, George Ragan, Jason DeFord, Drew Fulk, and Zach Jones. Produced by Drew Fulk and Zach Jones.
The accompanying music video was directed by Brendan Barone.
“'House of Mirrors' is a song of self-reflection and redemption,” Johnny 3 Tears said of the song. “No matter how far you run you can't escape the person staring back at you in the mirror. One day we all have to face ourselves... and hopefully, we can look back and not have to look away at what we see.”
- Jelly Roll added, “I've been a fan of Hollywood Undead for a long time - it was surreal to get to work with them. Everything just clicked in the studio that day the record is a perfect representation of where we all were at that point in our lives.”
The album “Hotel Kalifornia” was released last August. The deluxe version comprises 20-track, including the previous 14-track and six new songs.
J-Dog said of the album, “Hotel Kalifornia brings me back to a time when all that mattered was music. The only thing I gave a shit about was going to shows. That was it.”
Johnny 3 Tears added, “When you listen to Hotel Kalifornia, I hope you see how far we've come. J-Dog and Charlie Scene are completely different songwriters than they were 15 years ago. I'm so impressed by everyone in the band. The only thing we give a fuck about is the audience and trying to get better on each record.”
Photo by Cameron Nunez
- source : Apple Music