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Mod Sun

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Artist's Top Tracks

Flames (feat. Avril Lavigne) Mod Sun, Avril Lavigne 02:31
Stay Away (feat. Machine Gun Kelly & Goody Grace) Mod Sun, Machine Gun Kelly, Goody Grace 02:31
0X1=LOVESONG (I Know I Love You) feat. MOD SUN TOMORROW X TOGETHER, Mod Sun 03:38
Karma Mod Sun 02:39
Heavy (feat. blackbear) Mod Sun, Blackbear 02:47
Bones Mod Sun 02:49
I Remember Way Too Much Mod Sun 02:57
Down (feat. Travis Barker) Mod Sun, Travis Barker 02:48
Painkiller Mod Sun 02:15
Shoot ‘Em Down Mod Sun, Machine Gun Kelly, Blackbear 03:15

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MOD SUN combines pop, hip hop and electronic music in a unique way that pays homage to his rock beginnings in Minnesota, setting the stage for a new sound in alternative music. His use of deeply personal lyrics tells relatable stories about love, loss, addiction and rebirth. He has been immersed in the LA scene working with Machine Gun Kelly, Blackbear, & G-Eazy while simultaneously collaborating with some of the biggest names in rap, like ScHoolboy Q and Nipsey Hussle. However, since releasing his alternative anthems, I Remember Way Too Much and Stay Away ft Machine Gun Kelly & Goody Grace, he has accumulated tens of millions of streams online, and received co-signs from some of the biggest names in rock and roll like John Feldmann and Travis Barker. “The direction of my new music is the 16 and 33 year-old me finally becoming friends; we live in the same world now. It took awhile for me to figure out how to grow up while staying young, but I finally did. I think every great artist has recreated themselves every 10 years and this new me is potentially the first time the world is really hearing MOD SUN. I want my music to take you back to moments in your life, then pull you back in by using those memories to build who you are today. It’s trading love for solitude, longing for conversation, and legacy through life & death. There’s an underlying tone in every song of moving on from a life full of addiction and toxicity but there’s also a happy ending. It’s my movie.”