Veteran California based Punk band Bad Religion has recently released a new single, “Faith Alone 2020”, and according to the band’s vocalist Greg Graffin, there is a lot more to come. Speaking to New York’s Q104.3 radio station, Graffin talked about the band shows that were canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic and about what is planned for the post-pandemic times.
“Bad Religion still has a pretty grueling touring schedule,” he said. “We’d sold a lot of tickets this year. And by March, obviously, it was clear that we were gonna be sidelined. Yet still, we reassured our fans that we were going to honor those tickets, and as soon as we’re through this crisis, we will.”
Listen to the full interview below:
Graffin said that the band passes the time by making a lot of new music. “A band is a lot more than just playing live, so we’ve tried to maintain our sanity and offer something to the fans,” he said. “We just put out a single called ‘Faith Alone 2020’; you can find it on streaming services. And we’ve got a string of other singles that are gonna be coming out during this time. Because when we’re not on tour, we spend a lot of time in the studio. And now we all have music rooms and we all have Pro Tools studios at our houses. And we’re trying to fill in the time by doing creative, collaborative works like that.”
Listen the the band’s new single: