$UICIDEBOY$ to Release Their Newest Single on May 21

The cousins — Ruby da Cherry and $lick $loth — grew up together on the east and west banks of the New Orleans. Once they joined forces, the result was a dark blend of horrorcore glitch-trap with booming bass, ominous atmospherics, and occultish, drugged-out rhymes.

Ten volumes were issued that year, closing with XX: The Infinity Saga. In 2018, they dropped “Carrollton” and “Meet Mr. NICEGUY,” a pair of singles that landed on their fall release, I Want to Die in New Orleans. Issued in September 2019, the album landed at number nine on the Billboard 200.

Prior to headlining the inaugural Grey Day Tour, the duo released a 6-track EP in May of 2019 with the legendary Travis Barker titled “Live Fast, Die Whenever.” $uicideboy$ released their newest 12-track project in 2020 titled Stop Staring at the Shadows, garnering over 150 million streams in its first week.

To follow up on the massive success of their last single “New Profile Pic”, the cousins are back with another dark & omniscient banger to feed their rabid & die-hard fanbase. “Avalon” the newest single from $uicideboy$ is unleashed on May 21, 2021 & is packed full of the dark melodies & deep-hitting bass their cult-like fanbase can’t get enough of.

The New Orleans-bred duo also have confirmed the upcoming release of a new album which is set to feature a music video collaboration with Cole Bennet, the duo’s first music videos in two years.

The cousins have also solidified over 30 North American & European tour dates for 2021, including appearances at The Return of Green Day Tour, Lollapalooza, Hive Fest and more.

Check out ‘Avalon’ on all major platforms below: 


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