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Puddle of Mudd Premiere New Lyric Video for “Sunshine

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Multi-Platinum-selling rock band Puddle of Mudd premiere their new lyric video for “Sunshine.” The track comes from the band’s latest album, entitled Welcome to Galvania, which is available through Pavement Entertainment. Stream or purchase the album HERE: https://orcd.co/mjo7n4p/

With the current COVID-19 pandemic, the band extends their best wishes to everyone and wants their fans to know they are not alone. “Relax. Hang in there. We’re all in this together,” says frontman Wes Scantlin. “We can make it through this.

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The lyric video for “Sunshine” is a response to the events we are all going through in these trying times. Feelings of fear, isolation, and loss are all reflected in the video. However, if we all do our best to stay safe and stay strong, the sun will shine down on all of us again. Times may be dark now, but Puddle of Mudd hopes to offer a message of hope with their new lyric video. “Sunshine” was produced by Blake Scantlin.

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Puddle of Mudd will return to the stage to perform a live stream concert from the world famous Whisky a Go-Go in West Hollywood, California. The concert is presented by The Oracle Live and Veeps and starts at 7 PM PST. Tickets are available at puddleofmudd.veeps.com 

General admission is $15, and the band also is offering a special $50 bundle, which includes a show ticket as well as a video meet and greet with Wes and the band. The show will be available for viewing for 48 hours, so fans around the world can watch at a time convenient for them.

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For more information, visit Puddle of Mudd’s official website: http://puddleofmudd.com/

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