Mod Sun shares new single ‘SEXOXO’ feat. Charlotte Sands

Pop-punk sensation, Mod Sun has released his latest single, ‘SEXOXO’ featuring Charlotte Sands. The track is the fourth to be released from his forthcoming album, ‘God Save The Teen,’ out February 3rd, 2023 via Big Noise. “‘SEXOXO’ follows previously released singles, ‘Perfectly Imperfect,’ ‘Rich Kids Ruin Everything’ and ‘Battle Scars.’

Opening with a short sequence from the 1940 film ‘His Girl Friday,’ the song explores the haunting intersection of your past and present and moving on in life to find true happiness. “For me, every great song has a haunting quality,” Mod Sun explains. “A place where past and present can live together. The lyrics of ‘SEXOXO’ are just that…moving on, starting again, happiness, sadness, fear, and excitement. It’s all there. This song was created on a rainy day in the mountains of California and that landscape will always be ingrained in this song.”

“I think Charlotte Sands is on the road to superstardom, she has an incredibly unique voice, and when you see her perform the quality of her artistry triples. I needed her to sing on this song, there was no one else that could give the haunting quality that I was looking for but her. I think this song is really special and will only get better with time. The message is clear and sometimes saying exactly what you’re thinking is far better than trying to coat it in clever metaphors…that is ‘SEXOXO,’ straight to the point.”

“Working with Mod Sun is truly such an amazing experience,” Charlotte Sands says. “He is a constant stream of positive energy and creativity and anyone who is around him gets the privilege of witnessing his brilliance. I’m so excited to release a song with him and am grateful to get to be a small part of his journey.”

You can also catch Mod Sun on his upcoming North American tour with Stand Atlantic and Tom The Mail Man. Check the dates below:

February 19th – Goldfield Trading Post Roseville – Sacramento, CA
February 21st – Hawthorne Theatre – Portland, OR
February 22nd – Neumos – Seattle, WA
February 23rd – Rickshaw Theatre – Vancouver, BC
February 25th – Union Hall – Edmonton, AB
February 27th – The Depot – Salt Lake City, UT
March 1st – Summit Music Hall – Denver, CO
March 3rd – The Granada – Lawrence, KS
March 4th – First Avenue – Minneapolis, MN
March 5th – Bottom Lounge Chicago, IL
March 7th – Saint Andrews HallDetroit, MI
March 9th – Agora Theatre & Ballroom – Cleveland, OH
March 10th – Phoenix Concert Theatre Toronto, ON
March 12th – Théâtre Corona – Montréal, QC
March 14th – Paradise Rock Club – Boston, MA
March 15th – Irving Plaza – New York City, NY
March 17th – Brooklyn Bowl Philly Philadelphia, PA
March 19th – The Fillmore Silver Spring, MD
March 21st – The Masquerade – Atlanta, GA
March 22nd – Eastside Bowl Nashville, TN
March 26th – Culture Room – Fort Lauderdale, FL
March 28th – South Side Music Hall – Dallas, TX
March 29th – RISE Rooftop – Houston, TX
March 30th – Nile Theater – Mesa, AZ
April 2nd – The Fonda Theatre – Los Angeles, CA

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