LACUNA COIL Release New Single And Video “In The Mean Time” Featuring NEW YEARS DAY’s ASH COSTELLO

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Following the successful release of “Never Dawn” (over 2 million streams), goth metal legends Lacuna Coil are back with their new single: “In The Mean Time” featuring Ash Costello of New Years Day. The track premiered exclusively on Sirius XM’s Liquid Metal show yesterday. Watch the music video below.

The song’s title is a reference to the mean times the world is living in, as well as a reference to the state the band itself is in, between cycles.

“’In The Mean Time’ is a reflection on how much our society has generally ‘lost the plot’. We are living in really mean times filled with unhappy people: lonely, anxious, depressed, destructive. The pressure that crushes from the outside doesn’t allow to see things with the right clarity. This song is like group therapy: not a lamentation, but acceptance that once broken, it’s hard to put oneself back together again. We need to take our minds off all the inescapable toxicity and find that there’s so much more to this life… and know that in the meantime, everything cannot be aligned. We invited Ash Costello from New Years Day to feature on the track and we’re thrilled she came on board adding exactly what we needed for this song with her warm voice and charisma”, the band says.

Ash Costello from New Years Day further adds: “I am deeply honored to join Lacuna Coil on tour for the first time, to have the incredible opportunity to lend my guest vocals to a new track and appear in the music video. Working alongside the powerhouse vocalist Cristina has been a privilege, and I may be biased in saying that ‘In The Mean Time’ has quickly become my favorite by Lacuna Coil. Its message about embracing individuality and not conforming deeply resonates with me.”

The song and video are released shortly before Lacuna Coil heads out on a headline US tour with special guests New Years Day and additional support coming from Oceans Of Slumber. The band will be hitting big festival stages at Rockville, Sonic Temple, and Milkwaukee Metal Festival.

May 2nd Wilmington, DE – The Queen
May 3rd Asbury Park, NJ – Stone Pony
May 4th Reading, PA – Reverb
May 6th Norfolk, VA – The NorVa
May 7th Charlotte, NC – The Underground
May 9th Daytona Beach, FL – Welcome To Rockville (festival date)
May 11th Nashville, TN – Brooklyn Bown
May 13th Ft. Smith, AR – Temple Live
May 14th Wichita, KS – Temple Live
May 15th St. Louis, MO – Delmar Hall
May 18th Columbus, OH – Sonic Temple (festival date)
May 19th Milwaukee, WI – Milwaukee Metal Fest (festival date)

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