Löve Razër release video for “Stuck Under You” from upcoming new album ‘Border City Rebels’

Löve Razër release video for “Stuck Under You” from upcoming new album ‘Border City Rebels’

Canadian sleaze rockers Löve Razër have released a second video in support of their upcoming debut full-length album Border City Rebels, which will be released on April 23, 2018. After releasing a video for the track “Venom”, it is now the turn of new song “Stuck Under You” to get the video treatment.

Löve Razër‘s debut three song EP Rock ‘N’ Roll Addiction landed the #5 spot on Sleaze Roxx’s Top Ten Albums of 2016 to which Sleaze Roxx stated:

Löve Razër have the distinction of having the shortest album ever to chart on Sleaze Roxx‘s year ending top albums list. With more and more bands releasing EPs these days, it made sense to allow EPs to qualify for the Sleaze Roxx‘s year end best of lists in the last few years. Despite only having three songs, Löve Razër‘s debut EP Rock ‘N’ Roll Addiction made a big impression on many including myself and Sleaze Roxx writer Mark Hovarth. There is no question that Rock ‘N’ Roll Addiction has a very raw feel to it but that is part of the EP’s brilliance. It’s a simple, no frills, sleazy slab of music that just makes me pine for more. Of note, Löve Razër‘s debut single “First Class Bitch” ended up on Sleaze Roxx’s Ten Great Songs from 2016 (thus far) and may well be the sleaze anthem of the year. With Löve Razër playing lots of new material during their many gigs throughout the province of Ontario and beyond in Canada in the last six months, a full length album will be hopefully coming sooner rather than later. Löve Razër are definitely a band to watch out for in 2017.”

Löve Razër‘s “Stuck Under You” video

Löve Razër – Stuck Under You

Pre Order now on I-tunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/album/stuck-under-you-single/1347768118 —————————————————————————————————————- August 4th 2017 Löve Razër played Leamington Ontario’s Hogs For Hospice motorcycle rally. The event generated over $200,000 for the Erie Shores Health Foundation. Löve Razër was the first band to play on the Seacliff park amphitheatre in Sydney Snow’s hometown.