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Lunars Release Video For New Single 'No Way To Hell'

Pop-punk duo Lunars have dropped the music video for their latest single “No Way In Hell”. The new single - co-written with Ryan Scott Graham (State Champs) and KANNER and their long-time collaborator Matt Malpass - was released last week with a celebratory headline show at London’s Underworld.

The new visuals for “No Way In Hell” see Conor and Sasa, usually separated by over 1,000 miles between the UK and Croatia, appear together in playful skits across Birmingham as well as slick performance shots. Directed by Lovro Habek, the music video arrives ahead of their appearance supporting The Blackout in Birmingham this Friday.

Speaking on the creation of the video, Conor says

““The No Way In Hell music video was a blast to record! It was shot in the heart of my hometown, good old Birmingham. The main video revolves around the performance shot but we wanted to sprinkle some sort of story line throughout. We used the split screen to picture a guy and a girl (myself and Ariane) to portray a relationship that had broken down and wherever we both went we were never there at the same time - a kind of close but so far situation. We directed it alongside our good friend Lovro Habek who really gets us as people and artists too. So, it becomes such a collaborative experience when we team up together.”

About the new track, Connor Ball shares,

“No Way In Hell' is one of my favorite songs I've ever worked on. It came together in such an organic and natural way in LA with some of my favorite collaborators - Ryan from State Champs, Kanner and our producer/collaborator Matt Malpass who we’ve worked on all the LUNARS stuff with since its inception.”

He continues

“The song is about realizing that the person you are with isn’t going to be that person forever, so why carry on wasting your time with them. I feel like it’s such a common theme these days where people get complacent and stay in toxic/unhealthy relationships.  When I think, in fact, it’s super healthy to sometimes realize and appreciate what you had and know that it can’t go any further. The main lyric ‘There’s no way in hell we’ll be together in heaven’ happened by such a happy accident where someone in the room said in a passing comment ‘there’s just no way in hell’ while we were talking about relationships and a lightbulb moment just flicked in all our heads.  That led to the rest of the song developing super easily. It’s one of them songs I'm always going to be super proud of."


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