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The New Addiction
San Diego, California
The New Addiction is a Rock Band hailing from the sunny province of San Diego, California. A breath of fresh air, with hook friendly guitars, big beats, catchy vocal melodies, sparkling harmonies, and with lyrics that sing straight to the heart, to simply put, this band stands out from the rest. After years of relentless touring, completing the 2005 Vans Warped Tour under a previous moniker, three members picked up the pieces hitting the studio to record their debut as The New Addiction. Formed in Fall of 2005, the band first released the Full Length Album, "No Progress Without Change" debuting it in Japan on the In Ya Face (JP) label in 2006 selling over 1,500 units the first month of release, alongside the zombie apocalypse-inspired music video for the single, "The World Is Over", later releasing a reissued version of the LP with featured bonus tracks in the U.S. in 2007. A slew of underground bootleg releases surfaced up including a 2006 cover of The Police's "I Can't Stand Losing You". During that time, the younger buzz-worthy outfit began touring yet again, garnering national and international cult-like notoriety due to the additional success of media and hit television shows like The Vampire Diaries, Smallville, Supernatural, One Tree Hill, Ellen, Extreme Makeover, Tyra Banks, Laguna Hills, The Real World, just to name a few, including other network features of originals on both The CW and MTV. With overtones ranging from bands like The Police, Elvis Costello and The Attractions, The Replacements, to The Living End, The New Addiction utilize their love of Rock 'N' Roll (past and present) to mend aggressive music and catchy melodies with heartfelt lyrics and dazzling harmonies.
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