MOD SUN Shares New Album ‘God Save The Teen’

Featuring Avril Lavigne and Royal & the Serpent, 2023 Headline Tour Begins on Feb. 19 in Sacramento, CA

MOD SUN, a popular pop-punk musician, has recently released his most ambitious full-length album to date, God Save The Teen. The album, released via Big Noise, is a result of his passion and dedication to the younger generation who are facing societal pressures and standards in today’s world. This album is a complete package, with all 12 tracks previously unreleased and telling a full story, making it an event in itself.Mod Sun Shares New Album 'God Save The Teen', Yours Truly, News, June 12, 2024

MOD SUN’s love for music and his desire to create a memorable experience for his fans are evident in his new album. He explains that in today’s world, with so many singles being released before an album, it just feels like a bunch of songs put together but not living together. He wanted to bring back the old-school experience of an album being an event, and with God Save The Teen, he has done just that.

The album is a mix of different genres, from pop-punk to grunge, and features collaborations with popular musicians such as Avril Lavigne and Royal & the Serpent. Avril Lavigne, who is also MOD SUN’s fiancée, has lent her vocals to two tracks on the album, “Avril’s Song” and “Shelter.” The two songs are a testament to their love and their desire to find protection from the world in each other. Royal & the Serpent, on the other hand, has collaborated with MOD SUN on “SOS,” a song about the magic of love at first sight and its power over a person.

God Save The Teen is a true reflection of MOD SUN’s passion and the message he wants to convey to the world. He wants to help the younger generation deal with the societal pressures and standards they are facing, and this album is a step in that direction. Rolling Stone has praised the album, saying that MOD SUN wants to be sure that none of his fans are left in the dark with this new album.

The album is a journey through love, nostalgia, and appreciation for life. MOD SUN has explored the power of love in his new album and has tried to express it through his music. He believes that he is at his best as an artist right now, and this album is a true reflection of that.

MOD SUN recently performed at the X Games in Aspen, CO, where he breathed new life into his gritty cover of Goo Goo Dolls’ 1998 hit single, “Iris.” He has also announced his 2023 Headline Tour, which begins on Feb. 19 in Sacramento, CA, and includes shows in cities such as New York and Los Angeles. The tour is a testament to MOD SUN’s passion for music and his desire to connect with his fans.

In conclusion, MOD SUN’s new album, God Save The Teen, is a true masterpiece and a result of his passion for music and his desire to help the younger generation. With its mix of different genres and collaborations with popular musicians, it is sure to appeal to a wide audience. The album is a true reflection of MOD SUN’s growth as an artist and is a testament to his love for music.

MOD SUN’s debut album with Big Noise, Internet Killed The Rockstar, has amassed over 240 million streams making it his most successful release to date.

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  • Feb. 19—Sacramento, CA—Goldfield Trading Post Roseville
  • Feb. 21—Portland, OR—Hawthorne Theatre
  • Feb. 22—Seattle, WA—Neumos
  • Feb. 23—Vancouver, Canada—Rickshaw Theatre
  • Feb. 25—Edmonton, Canada—Union Hall
  • Feb. 27—Salt Lake City, UT—The Depot
  • March 1—Denver, CO—Summit Music Hall
  • March 3—Lawrence, KS—The Granada
  • March 4—Minneapolis, MN—First Avenue
  • March 5—Chicago, IL—Bottom Lounge
  • March 7—Detroit, MI—Saint Andrews Hall
  • March 9—Cleveland, OH—Agora Theatre & Ballroom
  • March 10—Toronto, Canada—Phoenix Concert Theatre
  • March 12—Montréal, Canada—Théâtre Corona
  • March 14—Boston, MA—Paradise Rock Club
  • March 15—New York City, NY—Irving Plaza
  • March 17—Philadelphia, PA—Brooklyn Bowl Philly
  • March 19—Silver Spring, MD—The Fillmore
  • March 21—Atlanta, GA—The Masquerade
  • March 22—Nashville, TN—Eastside Bowl
  • March 26—Fort Lauderdale, FL—Culture Room
  • March 28—Dallas, TX—South Side Music Hall
  • March 29—Houston, TX—RISE Rooftop
  • March 30—Mesa, AZ—Nile Theater
  • April 2—Los Angeles, CA—The Fonda Theatre

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