Los Angeles rock outfit Militarie Gun shares "Will Logic," the third offering from their forthcoming debut album Life Under The Gun out June 23rd via Loma Vista Recordings, that showcases a new side of the band's sound compared to previous singles. Speaking about the new track, vocalist Ian Shelton says, “'Will Logic' is meant to be pure spite, it’s the moment of realization that someone is trying to take advantage of you and deciding you won’t allow it to happen. There’s some melancholy and fatigue in there though, ultimately it’s a desire for the world to be trustworthy.” Arriving with the song is a visual created by band member Will Acuña.
Life Under The Gun will include the previously-released singles "Do It Faster," which arrived with a video directed by Shelton and "Very High," which arrived with a Mason Mercer-directed music video emulating early 2000s teen drama intros.
Additionally, Militarie Gun announces their upcoming 32-date Fall tour with Scowl across North America, which begins on September 8th in Los Angeles and sees both bands, with support from MSPAINT and Big Laugh, crossing the continent before wrapping up in Berkeley on October 21st. In the meantime, Militarie Gun returns to Europe in June to perform at multiple festivals -- namely Outbreak, Kliko, Metropolis, 2000 Trees, Rock Werchter and Ieper. In July, Militarie Gun will play at Chicago's The Rumble festival on the 21st and 22nd. See all upcoming live dates below and get more ticket info at militariegun.com.