It’s time to celebrate with our Real Friends… the band, of course. The well loved pop punkers have released a new video for their song “From The Outside”, and it’s got us popping champagne.
The colorful flick is full of 70’s vibes and even has a unicorn piñata. The song accompanying it shows how much Real Friends has grown in their time as a band, thanks to a mature edge partnered with their usual hard hitting sound. Watch “From The Outside” above!
If you drank ten cups of coffee this morning, you still wouldn’t have as much energy as The Frights’ new music video. The San Diego punk band paired their loud, catchy song “CRUTCH” with a video that makes us want to head out on tour.
Watch along and follow their trip through town to a sold out venue where they will, presumably, play an epic show. Most of the video focuses on the band as they lay head to head in the back of the van (pre-show bonding exercise?) and eat snacks—so yeah, you’re gonna be hungry after this one.
Whether you’re a Phish fan or just really like ice cream, you’re about to be stoked. Frozen desert gods Ben & Jerry have announced a collaboration to celebrate the 21st anniversary of The Water Wheel Foundation.
The new flavor will be titled “It’s Ice… Cream,” playing on the band’s 1991 track “It’s Ice.” As for what to expect when you take a bite, you’ll be indulging in caramel malt ice cream, almond toffee pieces, fudge fish, and a caramel swirl. Plus, you can avoid sharing by telling everyone it’s fish food (it’s not a total lie, right?)
For more information on when and where you can pick up this sweet treat, head to the Ben & Jerry’s website.
Waiting to hear Dance Gavin Dance’s new album when it drops tomorrow? While it’s true that Artificial Skeleton won’t be out for a few more hours, we have something to hold you over until then. The band has dropped a strange and intense video for the song “Count Bassy”.
Centered around a key and the discovery of some photos, the four minute flick can’t be described—so you’ll just have to watch it for yourself. Directed by Mount Emult, it’s truly a wild ride from start to finish. Hit play on the video above!