In another very productive week for music, we have had some great new music videos from the likes of The Darkness‘ animated video to up and coming pop-punkers Lightblue‘s new track off their debut release. Keep on top of the new releases with our weekly roundup.
Lightblue – In The Back Of My Room
Emo pop-punkers Lightblue are releasing their EP Paradise Lost on 8th December, and in the lead up to it the band have unveiled their video for the track ‘In The Back Of My Room’. The band have had comparisons to the likes of Boston Manor and The Front Bottoms, so be sure to check out their new video ahead of their debut release.
Tiny Moving Parts – Caution
The release of Minnesota trio Tiny Moving Parts‘ new track and video for ‘Caution’ is just the start of exciting things to come from the band. Following on from the release of their third full-length record Celebration in 2016, this is definitely a nice hint at what kind of future material we can expect from the band.
Too Close To Touch – Before I Cave In
In the words of the band, Too Close To Touch‘s new track ‘Before I Cave In’, is “a dark and emotive song that was cathartic to write.” Despite its lyrical undertones the Lexington, Kentucky band decided to put a different spin on the video where their light-hearted visuals are a contradiction to the theme.
He Is Legend – Sand
Amidst their US tour with GWAR, He Is Legend have unveiled the video for the fan favourite track ‘Sand’ taken off of their latest album few, which was released earlier this year to critical acclaim. “This was such a fun project to work on. We wanted to do something that was minimalistic and featured the beach we call home. Justin really has a talent for capturing motion on film so just letting the earth do its thing and us do ours worked out well. We hope you like it.” shares vocalist Schuylar Croom of the video they worked on with director Justin Reich.
The Darkness – Happiness
The Darkness‘s new track is ‘Happiness’ is a feel-good anthem if we’ve ever heard up. In a rather surreal animated video, we see the band in an underwater world with mermaids, seahorses and even tigers. Intrigued? Check out the video right here: