Lead Track From Red Line Chemistry Continues To Climb The Charts

Bulldog Productions’ debut release from Red Line Chemistry continues to build significant momentum at rock radio. The lead track “Dumb Luck” is poised to hit the Top 30 on the rock charts imminently, and shows no signs of slowing down. Markets that include the band’s hometown of Kansas City (KQRC-FM), Phoenix (KUPD-FM), Indianapolis (WRZX-FM), Jackson (WRXW-FM), Spokane (KHTQ-FM), and Dayton (WXEG-FM) are all well over 200 spins of the song, with rotation increases spreading across the U.S. On the success of the band’s national launch, singer Brett Ditgen shared, “We are all incredibly grateful for the support from the radio stations, fans, and everyone involved with the RLC family. To be given the opportunity to succeed on a national and international level in music is something we will never take for granted, and the fact that we are being received so positively across the industry is very encouraging. We still live each day knowing there are no guarantees in this business, and all we can do is continue to work hard, enjoy the ride, and carry this thing as far as we can take it.”

Over the past several months, Red Line Chemistry has been touring relentlessly. Where they travel, the airplay follows. Alongside the band’s first proper national tour, the quintet has appeared at multiple radio festivals alongside acts that include Seether, Papa Roach, and Shinedown. Cumulatively, they have taken the stage to perform for hundreds of thousands of rock fans.

The debut video from the band’s DYING FOR A LIVING has been released this week. Acclaimed character actor and director Joshua Leonard helmed the clip for “Dumb Luck.” Leonard, who co-directed the film Beautiful Losers, and directed The Lie (out next year), alongside appearing in a long list of films that include the Blair Witch Project and Humpday shared, “It was exciting for me because the guys were interested in doing something truly cinematic, as opposed to some tired old lip-synched rock video.” The clip features no band performance, with the band members acting in all features roles. Guitarist Andy Breit offers, “The video shoot was a really cool experience. The vibe was very creative and we had an outstanding director and crew. I really enjoyed working with the gun experts and firing that badass old six shooter. But don’t worry, no lead singers were harmed in the making of this video” The video can be streamed here:

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