Today, HM is proud to premiere some new pop punk from Montana-based Shellshock Lullaby. The song comes from the band’s EP, Static Noise, coming June 5. The band – which used to be a solo project from Russ Nelson, releasing a full length in 2016 called A Lighter Shade – has added two members to round out a full-band experience. We spoke with Nelson about the new song:

“‘No Tomorrow’ is a compilation of the questions we ask ourselves in our head every day: “Am I bright enough? Good enough? Do I really deserve to have it all?” This song serves as a reminder not to wait until tomorrow and to start living the life you wished you lived today.”

Previously, Shellshock Lullaby released the Shades of Grey EP in 2014.

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