letlive's new single, Muther, is taken from their album Post History, which was released in April 2010 on Tragic Hero Records. The album was re-released in April 2011 on Epitaph Records, with three additional tracks. Letlive will be finishing the Kerrang! Relentless Energy Drink Tour with New Found Glory in London tonight, after two sets at Manchester and Birmingham on the 15th and 16th February 2012 respectively.
The video for Muther was edited by Daniel Davison and filmed in Los Angeles. letlive perform at a party, where frontman Jason becomes jealous at the actions of a blonde girl.
letlive comprise: Jason Aalon Butler (vocal); Ryan Jay Johnson (bass); Jean Nascimento (guitar); Anthony Rivera (drums) and Jeff Sahyoun (guitar). They formed in 2002 and their first album, Exhaustion, Saltwater, and Everything in Between was released in 2004 through At One Records, as was their second album, Speak Like You Talk.
The band are known to tour extensively and they have performed at the Leeds Festival and Download Festival. They have played almost 250 shows and have supported the likes of Enter Shikari; Your Demise; August Burns Red; While She Sleeps and The Blackout.
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