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THE B-SIDE
DEAD SARA RESURRECTS
11/13/20

L.A.-based rock band Dead Sara has returned with their newest single, “Hands Up.” Arriving via Warner on 11/13, the single is accompanied by an official music video featuring the band performing on the streets of LA and marks their first release in almost three years.

Comprised of Emily Armstrong, Siouxsie Medley, Ryan Blohm and Sean Friday, Dead Sara saw early success in 2012 with their breakout single “Weatherman,” which climbed up the Rock charts.

“Hand Up” follows the band’s 2018 release of a stripped-down version of “Anybody,” a single originally found on their EP, Temporary Things Taking Up Space. Fans can expect more new music from Dead Sara in 2021.

In the meantime, stream “Hands Up” here and check out the video below.