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The Bunny Gang Release “Sirens Through The City” As Free Song of the Day On PureVolume

Thomas Bellflower April 1, 2015

Denver, CO – April 1st, 2015 – The Bunny Gang has released “Sirens Through The City” as the Free Song of the Day on PureVolume! Fans can download the song now here: About the track, Nathen Maxwell shared, “‘Sirens Through the City,’ like all the songs on our record, is about thriving as humanity.”

The band released a new music video for “Sirens Through The City” on Alternative Press earlier this month! Watch the video now here: The song is off The Bunny Gang’s sophomore full-length, Thrive, which is out now! Purchase Thrive on iTunes now here: For more information, please visit

Transcending musical boundaries, The Bunny Gang organically strut between alternative, folk, punk, and reggae. The band’s latest full-length, Thrive, is built on the creative revolution. Following up 2009’s acclaimed White Rabbit, it’s a tight and thought-provoking combination that makes for an irresistible sonic brew.

In 2012, Nathen met like-minded bandmate Nat Lort-Nelson. The two share a similar philosophical outlook – they both believe art should say something. With this thought in mind, the musicians wrote songs including “Sirens Through The City” and “Uprise Underground,” which appeal to revolutionaries everywhere, urging an awakening, while questioning the status quo. Other tracks such as “Illegal Market,” co-written with Dennis Casey (Flogging Molly), showcase the bands love of Cumbia as well as a cry for social equality.

The gang retreated to Sonic Ranch Studios in El Paso, TX with producer Ryan Hewitt (Sheryl Crow, The Avett Brothers). Tapping into an indescribable chemistry, the entire offering was cut in less than a week.

“Life, art, and music are all evolution,” Nathen concludes.

The Bunny Gang is Nathen Maxwell (vocals, guitar, melodica, drums, percussion) and Nat Lort-Nelson (lead guitar, vocals).


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