Plush returns with heavy new single ‘Left Behind’

Rock band Plush has returned with the new single “Left Behind,” showcasing its heavier side. The band recorded the song in Nashville, Tennessee, with producers Zac Maloy, Blair Daly and Kile Odell, and it’s out now via Pavement Entertainment.

Listen to “Left Behind” here on all streaming platforms, and watch the video below.

“This song was written for anyone who has ever felt like an outcast or a misfit,” vocalist/guitarist Moriah Formica said.

The video was filmed in the historic Sterling Hill Mine in Ogdensburg, New Jersey. It was directed by Dale Resteghini of Raging Nation Films and edited by George Lambriodes of LUXANGELES/STUDIOS.

To celebrate the new single, Plush has a limited edition “Left Behind” bundle, which features a signed CD single and an exclusive T-shirt. This item is available for pre-order here and will start shipping in June 2023. 

Plush also is set to tour with The Warning and Holy Wars this spring, starting April 30 at the House of Blues in San Diego, California, and ending May 23 at the Theatre of Living Arts in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

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Tour dates:

April 30 – House of Blues – San Diego, CA
May 2 – The Regent Theater – Los Angeles, CA
May 3 – The Observatory OC – Santa Ana, CA
May 4 – The Fillmore – San Francisco, CA
May 8 – Complex – Salt Lake City, UT
May 9 – Marquis Theater – Denver, CO
May 11 – Aztec Theatre – San Antonio, TX
May 12 – Scoot Inn – Austin, TX
May 16 – House of Blues – New Orleans, LA
May 17 – Buckhead Theatre – Atlanta, GA
May 18 – The Underground – Charlotte, NC
May 21 – Irving Plaza – New York, NY
May 22 – Baltimore Sound Stage – Baltimore, MD
May 23 – Theatre of Living Arts – Philadelphia, PA

Plush is composed of four women ranging in age from 18 to 22. In addition to singer/guitarist/songwriter Formica, the band consists of lead guitarist Bella Perron, bassist Ashley Suppa and drummer Faith Powell. Its self-titled debut album, released in 2021, featured the Billboard Top 40 charting singles “Hate” and “Better Off Alone.”

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