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FELICITY Releases New Single "GOD MODE" featuring Calling All Captains

Press start and get ready, because Orlando trash-rock band FELICITY has shared their brand new single “GOD MODE”, featuring Canadian pop-punk group Calling All Captains. Out now via Zodhiac Records, “GOD MODE” can be streamed here:

Single artwork for FELICITY's new single "Levitate."

“GOD MODE” is a defiant track about overcoming the obstacles in front of you regardless of what they may be. From battling the final boss in a video game to going after big gains in the gym, “GOD MODE” is guaranteed to get your adrenaline pumping. The energy of the track is powerful enough to make it perfect for playlists that are used for rock, metal, punk and gaming music. The new single also boasts a collaboration with long-time friends and tour mates, Calling all Captains, who deliver an electrifying feature. FELICITY frontman Damien Fagiolino says, "This song will most definitely get you back in the pit and give the heavy fans of FELICITY what they have been waiting for all along." Calling all Captains vocalist, Luc Gaffwood adds, "We love the Felicity boys, so we were pretty hyped to work on 'GOD MODE' with them. Great dudes and a great team behind them. Always a pleasure to work with. We can’t wait till you all hear this track! “GOD MODE” serves as a follow-up to FELICITY’s recent single “Levitate”. The song has recently captured the attention of idobi Radio, The Honey Pop, Loudwire’s Weekly Wire, and more, in addition to being added to Spotify’s Fresh Finds Rock playlist. Fans were treated to their first live performance of the track shortly after its release, as the band headed to LA for a sold-out show with The Used as well as a performance at Emo Nite LA. Known for their fun and playful presence on social media, earlier this year FELICITY broke 120K followers on TikTok with 1.5M likes. With recent collaborations on the app featuring State Champs and Hawthorne Heights, and upcoming collaborations with Magnolia Park and Capstan, these songs are just the beginning of FELICITY's eight explosive new singles coming in the next year. Stay tuned for more at About Felicity: When July 16, 2021, hit and FELICITY released their debut full-length album, Dear Universe, the self-described trash rock band were in a familiar place: a recording studio, already hard at work on the follow-up. Such is life for the Orlando-based workaholics, who refused to let the pandemic slow down their musical momentum. “We didn’t even have a TikTok when Dear Universe came out,” muses Rapier. Now, FELICITY boast more than 105,000 followers on the platform, drawn to the band’s hypnotic blend of metalcore, pop-punk, and alternative rock and their hilariously viral moments – from defending the deity of Nickelback (earning themselves co-sign from Chad Kroeger and co.) to promoting their music guerilla-style at Target and Lowe’s Home Improvement (earning themselves an exile from the retailers). And with the release of their brand-new single, “Levitate,” FELICITY are poised to cross over in bigger, bolder ways than ever before. Recorded with longtime producer Andrew Wade (A Day to Remember, Neck Deep), the band’s first new single in two years expands on the sound they honed on the 2 million-streamed Dear Universe – hailed by Alternative Press and PunkNews (who called it “unapologetically dialed-in hard/pop punk”) – while pushing forward in captivating new ways. Marrying four-on-the-floor buoyancy with detuned, angular guitars, bubbling electronic textures and undeniable energy, “Levitate” carries the kinetic spirit of what made Dear Universe, 2019’s Old Habits, 2016’s Brace Yourself!, and 2015’s self-titled EP such favorites among fans and critics alike while adding a newly honed dose of hyper-focused clarity to their songwriting methodology. As the group (Fagiolino, Rapier, guitarist Cory Nicholas, bassist Michael Alosa, and new drummer Rashid Williams, who’s played with the likes of John Legend, N.E.R.D. and Jill Scott) decamped to The Audio Compound in Orlando to start work on their post-Dear Universe material, they brought with them a deliberate artistic approach that found them diving deep into their favorite songs from acts like Foo Fighters, Rage Against the Machine, Måneskin and Beastie Boys. The truth is, the future’s completely wide open for FELICITY. They’ve proven their musical versatility time and again since forming in 2013, sharing stages with the likes of Fall Out Boy, The Used and Story of the Year as well as snagging invites to the Vans Warped Tour, Warped Rewind At Sea cruise, and So What?! Music Festival. And while the ability to dexterously shapeshift between genres has always been their calling card, they’ve come to learn that life on the musical extremes is where they have the most fun. “We can be the heaviest band on a poppier lineup, or the poppiest band on a heavy lineup,” Rapier enthuses. “It opens us to do a ton of cool stuff and get in front of a lot of audiences.” They’re certainly poised to do just that with “Levitate,” the first offering from a batch of more than a dozen new tracks to come that find the band entering a new era sharper and more sonically diverse than ever before. But no matter how far FELICITY keep pushing the guardrails of their sound, there are a few things that won’t change: first and foremost, their drive to keep creating. Because rest assured, as the band continues to unfold their future over the coming months, it’s a pretty safe bet they’ll inevitably be back in the studio working on even more music as listeners add “Levitate” and other new songs to their playlists.

The latest press band photo for rock band FELICITY.
Photo courtesy of Anthony Catalano.


Andrew Rapier - Guitar

Cory Nicholas - Guitar

Damien Fagiolino - Vocals

Mike Alosa – Bass

Rashid Williams - Drums


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