FireBug has released their new single titled ‘Red, White, and Blue’ from their upcoming album. teaming up with two-time Grammy Award winner Adrian Bushby (renowned for his work with Foo Fighters and Muse), the anthemic start of the track gives way to the realization that hope is still possible and that the true reminder of the darkness is that little flicker of light brought by hope that can still leads us to the proper way.

A solid track, if ever there was one, there is a bit of a world feel in the music with a universal message embedded within the notes. Beautifully done so with an appealing hook and that rock swagger that demands a listen, FireBug light that fire under all of our asses and set the message in motion.

About FireBug

FireBug, the renowned duo hailing from Joshua Tree, California, has enraptured audiences worldwide with their captivating performances. From iconic venues such as The Viper Room, The Roxy, and The Echo to festivals spanning the globe, FireBug’s magnetic presence has left an indelible mark on the music scene.

Their journey has seen them headline prestigious stages including Howlin’ Wolf, House Of Blues, and One Eyed Jack’s, while gracing major events like SXSW, Firelight Festival, and the French Quarter Festival across North America. Across the pond, FireBug delivered an unforgettable show at the sold-out Sonisphere Festival Knebworth, sharing billing with legends like Iggy Pop, The Cult, and Iron Maiden.

In the UK, they’ve left their mark at renowned venues like Camden’s Dublin Castle and The Halfmoon London. Sharing the stage with music icons like Tom Morello (Rage Against The Machine) and even 60’s psychedelic folk artist Donovan have further solidified FireBug’s reputation as trailblazers in the industry.

Fusing modern rock sensibilities with a distinct New Orleans flair, FireBug’s signature sound seamlessly blends elements of folk and blues, earning acclaim from critics and fans alike. Their upcoming album, produced by two-time Grammy Award winner Adrian Bushby (renowned for his work with Foo Fighters and Muse), promises to push boundaries even further.