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!
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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.
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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!
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Acclaimed R&B trio Bad Rabbits haven’t released new music in over two years, but just yesterday the band announced Mimi, a 7-track album set for release on August 10th. From the record comes their newest single titled “F on the J-O-B.” The track is in support of the Time’s Up and #MeToo movements, featuring an animated video that addresses sexual harassment in the workplace. Vocalist Fredua Boakye shares, “The song and the video shame and mock the men who feel entitled to sex just because they are attracted to a woman.”
The video also introduces fans to Mimi who’s described in a recent press release as a “fictional short-haired, dark-skinned, social media-obsessed, voluptuous vixen.” Her character is one that can be found as the center of the album as she represents a modern manic pixie dream girl.
You can check out the album art and track listing for Mimi below. Fans can also purchase a limited edition vinyl copy of “F on the J-O-B,” available for purchase on June 8th.
Mimi Track listing:
2. F on the J-O-B
4. Ain’t A Crime
5. Eyes On You
6. Dollars & Change
7. After Party
Oh, Weatherly recently announced their debut full-length album, an emotionally revealing record for lead singer, Blake Roses. Co-produced by Jake Bundrick (Mayday Parade), the album is a tribute to the lessons Roses has learned over the years. From the passing of his father to raising his younger sister to a split engagement, Lips Like Oxygen assisted in Roses’ personal healing. Set for release on July 27th via Hopeless Records, you can find the album art and track listing below!
Lips Like Oxygen Track listing:
1. Here Tonight
2. The Worst Time
3. Chasing California
4. I Think I Want You
5. Burned Out
6. Keep On Listening
7. Dark of the Night
8. Where Have You Been
9. Love and Poetry
In addition to the announcement of the record, the band has released their brand new music video for “Here Tonight” which sounds slightly like a blend of early Boys Like Girls meets Mayday Parade (and we’re honestly living for it). Watch the video below!
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