Exclusive Premiere: The New Regime, ‘We Rise, We Fall’
Ilan Rubin may be known for his work with the likes of Nine Inch Nails and Angels and Airwaves since 2009 and 2011, respectively, but he's actually been a solo artist since 2007, working under the moniker the New Regime. Today (June 9), Diffuser is thrilled to highlight a stripped-down side of the New Regime with a captivating performance of their new track, "We Rise, We Fall" -- check it out above.
This particular rendition of the tune -- featured on the New Regime's fourth album, Exhibit B -- comes to us courtesy of the ongoing At: Guitar Center web series. As with previous episodes, this spotlights the band in a unique setting, putting a twist on the studio version of "We Rise, We Fall."
"This particular performance of 'We Rise, We Fall' was a lot of fun to do," Rubin tells us. "The broken-down format for this web series let us shine a light on the groovy feel of this song. The vintage room at the Guitar Center where we recorded the performance is actually a great sounding room, so it was a real pleasure to play in there."
The New Regime currently have just one date on their tour itinerary, tonight at the Satellite in Los Angeles with Drenge -- but we're keeping our fingers crossed that Rubin will hit the road for more gigs this summer. You can stay up-to-date with everything happening in the New Regime's world here.