311 debuts new single, ‘Five of Everything’

A brand new single, “Five of Everything,” dropped from the Omaha natives in 311.

Coming off of the band’s upcoming album, “Stereolithic,” the new tune is a lot of what you’d expect from the group: Guitar melodies intermingled with heavy, crunchy guitar and a rhythm that keeps things moving. Add in a little mix of sung lyrics (from Nick Hexum) and rapped words (from S.A. Martinez), and you’ve got it.

“Five of Everything” doesn’t break new ground, but it will be a big hit with the rather large and intense 311 fanbase.


“Stereolithic” will be released March 11 (3-11 Day!) on the band’s own independent label, 311 Records. You can pre-order the album via PledgeMusic and iTunes.

The new album was recorded with producer Scott Ralston, who helped the band make some of their best work including “Music” (1993), “311″ (1995), “Transistor” (1997) and “Soundsystem” (1999).



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