Hollywood Undead premiere lyric video for "Coming Home"

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Platinum-awarded Los Angeles quintet Hollywood Undead have released a new song called "Coming Home". The soulful track shows real diversity in songwriting and offers a new dimension to the band compared to the heavier hymns that have become Hollywood Undead's calling card:

Commenting on the release, Johnny 3 Tears: "Coming home means letting yourself be carried away by the tides of life, but also knowing through this solitude that those who love us are always waiting for us on the shore."

"Coming Home" is out now through BMG / Dove & Grenade Media.

"Coming Home" is the second track from the upcoming Vol. 2 of the opus "New Empire", produced by Matt Good (Asking Alexandria, Sleeping With Sirens), to be published. It follows the previous release of the mega-banger "Idol" feat. Tech N9ne, which was released back in July and since then has had almost 3 million streams on Spotify and 1.3 million views on YouTube.

The first part, "New Empire Vol. 1", was released in February of this year and produced the hits "Already Dead", "Time Bomb", "Heart Of A Champion" and "Nightmare". At the beginning of the year, the mammoth European tour with Papa Roach and Ice Nine Kills was forced to cancel due to the corona pandemic.

The band "Hollywood Undead", founded in 2005, strove to counter mainstream dominance, with unprecedented success for a modern band. Preceding the current genre-free playlist hopping boom, they defied stylistic boundaries from day one. By integrating rap, rock and electronics, the groundbreaking debut "Swan Songs" went platinum in 2008. American Tragedy, which sold gold in 2011, made it to No. 4 on the Billboard Top 200, while "Notes from the Underground" entered No. 2 in 2013. "Day of the Dead" (2015) and "Five" (2017) brought the group's total number of streams to over 1 billion and "New Empire Vol 1." increased their combined streams on Spotify and YouTube to a staggering 2 billion. On their way there, their tours sold out on four continents and were acclaimed by Rolling Stone, Billboard, Consequence of Sound, Alternative Press, Revolver and others.

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