The Lucid and Insane Clown Posse Vocalist Team Up For New Single and EP Dec23

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The Lucid and Insane Clown Posse Vocalist Team Up For New Single and EP

The Lucid, which features vocalist Vinnie Dombroski (Sponge), actor/guitarist Drew Fortier, bassist David Ellefson, and drummer/producer Mike Heller have joined forces with legendary underground rap icon Violent J (Insane Clown Posse) for the band’s first single and title track from their upcoming E.P., Saddle Up and Ride, due out digitally January 27th from SpoilerHead Records. CD, vinyl, and cassettes are available via Limited Edition pre-order bundles that will ship at a later date.

From the ferocious vitriolic sonic assault of the title track, “Saddle Up and Ride”, to the epic off the wall and out of left field, “Sweet Toof”Saddle Up and Ride showcases The Lucid feeding into their eccentric tastes spanning across Thrash, Country, Rap, Radio Rock, Metal, and Funk.

Violent J, one half of the legendary rap duo, Insane Clown Posse, is featured on the E.P.’s title track, “Saddle Up and Ride” as well as the album closer “Sweet Toof”.

Listen to the “Saddle Up and Ride” single featuring Violent J right here:

https://youtu.be/Bq4LRwNYOwk

Pre-order the Saddle Up and Ride E.P. here:

http://lucidofficial.com/

For all things The Lucid:

https://linktr.ee/TheLucidOfficial

Saddle Up and Ride track listing:

1. Deep Country

2. Saddle Up and Ride (Featuring Violent J)

3. Mumps

4. Risk Machine

5. Sweet Toof (Featuring Violent J)

The Lucid began in mid 2020 as an idea between frequent collaborators Drew Fortier and Mike Heller which led to David Ellefson (ex Megadeth) jumping on board on bass along with vocalist Vinnie Dombroski (Sponge) rounding out the lineup resulting in their debut self-titled album which featured 9 heavy hitting and emotionally charged tracks showcasing this eclectic quartet’s unique sonic approach. To promote the album, 3 music videos were released, the Fortier directed “Deaths of Despair”“Maskronaut” directed by Michael Sarna, and “Hair” which was directed by Hannah Fierman and has gone on to win multiple awards from various film festivals.