Long Beach Dub Allstars, the reggae-rock supergroup, are back with a brand new song titled “Somewhere.
The group, formed in 1997 by former Sublime members Bud Gaugh and Eric Wilson, has always been known for their unique blend of reggae, punk, and ska influences.
The song features 10 tracks that are true to the Long Beach Dub Allstars’ signature sound, but also show growth and experimentation.
We are delighted to present the Long Beach Dub All Stars’ brand-new video to you today. The song’s new music video, “Somewhere,” was made by Small Axe Films Online. The song’s vocalist, Opie Ortiz, said:
The song “Somewhere” is about finding drugs and assistance.
They will release Echo Mountain High this summer on Skunk Records/Regime Music Group, and “Somewhere” is taken from that album. View the video here!
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