The wait is finally over! After years of anticipation, new music from Sublime (now dubbed as [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Sublime With Rome[/lastfm]) has finally surfaced!
Their new song, “Panic,” has the same familiar style as old school Sublime and features the same dub breakdowns, trumpets and catchy guitar riffs. The band has performed “Panic” already at some of their shows, but this is the first mastered version of the song to hit the web.
It’s great to see that Bud Gaugh and Eric Wilson kept true to their Long Beach style, and front man Rome Ramirez does an excellent job of keeping the spirit of Sublime and Bradley Nowell in the new ventures and direction of the band. While most bands struggle to maintain their original sound when replacing members, these guys figured it out and look to carry on the legacy of Sublime as Sublime With Rome.
Sublime With Rome “Panic”
After our friends in L.A. premiered the song, you tweeted your reactions @kroq:
Sublime With Rome entered the studio a few months ago to begin working on their forthcoming album Yours Truly, which is due out July 12th. This will be the first LP to be released on Fueled By Ramen, making them labelmates with artists like [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Paramore[/lastfm] and [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Panic At The Disco[/lastfm].
They’ll also be a part of the Unity Tour with [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]311[/lastfm] this summer.
Head to the next page to see videos of them performing “Panic” and check out some behind-the-scenes footage from the studio.
“Panic” on Jimmy Kimmel Live!:
“Panic” at Almost Acoustic Christmas 2009:
“Smoke Two Joints” 4/20 Video:
Check out some exclusive in-studio footage of the band during the recording process on the next page.
Sublime With Rome In-studio Videos: