Being Dead – Firefighters –
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Being Dead – Firefighters

Being Dead – Firefighters

Being Dead’s latest single, “Firefighters,” is a vivid entry into their sophomore album, EELS. The Austin duo, now a trio, teams up with Grammy-winning producer John Congleton to craft a record that is both chaotic and charming. From the punchy garage rock distortion of “Firefighters” to the surreal, dreamy textures of other tracks, EELS is an unpredictable journey through the band’s unique soundscapes. The song’s lyrics, filled with playful and introspective moments, complement the raw, raucous energy that has become Being Dead’s trademark. The accompanying music video, directed by URZULKA, captures the whimsical essence of the track, featuring the band in a series of surreal, playful outdoor scenarios.

Recording in Los Angeles marked a significant shift in the band’s creative process, allowing Congleton to help them peel back layers of their songwriting and push their musical boundaries. This collaboration resulted in a darker, yet more exhilarating record that captures the essence of Being Dead’s live energy. Each track on EELS feels like a self-contained universe, inviting listeners to explore its depths and discover new surprises at every turn.

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