Ontario-based ‘DEAR-GOD,’ encapsulates “angst” in its purest form. In their latest release, “The Dungeon,” featuring DoFlame, the band lives up to their pre-established sound, adding to their ever-growing discography of head-bopping, energetic tracks. “The Dungeon'' follows the release of the band’s 2020 EP, ‘1-844-4DEAR-GOD,’ and was inspired by experiences in post-pandemic Los Angeles. Producer Robert Ortiz shares, “It’s about circumstances and reflection. Having to survive and watch your step in a capitalist dystopia where people are on the prowl to eat. The dungeon is where you accept defeat and succumb to the world around you."
If there’s one thing that can be said about DEAR-GOD, it’s that their commitment to their aesthetic is unmatched. With music videos like “New Kid On The Block,” “Bitter Winter,” and “Slamdance,” the band has put forth cinematic experiences that can be likened to short films. Combining VHS-like visuals with their almost palpable screen-presence, DEAR-GOD has set the tone for what the world can expect from them.