Catch Up With Last Week’s Very Best Of New Music From Paramore, Hellions, Black Foxxes And More

Paramore Rose-Colored Boy

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Bowling For Soup – Catalyst

Bowling For Soup are currently amidst their biggest UK headline tour to date The Get Happy Tour 2018. In the build up to their arrival back in the UK, the band unveiled their latest single ‘Catalyst’. Check out the video, which was directed by frontman Jaret Reddick below.

The Bronx – Night Drop At The Glue Factory

‘Night Drop At The Glue Factory’ is the latest release from Los Angeles punks The Bronx. The video features footage from the band’s recent shows across the US, UK and Australia. If you like the carnage you are witnessing, the band will also be making an appearance at this year’s Download Festival.

Paramore – Rose-Colored Boy

Paramore recently released their first full-length album in over four years After Laughter, to much acclaim. Following a string of catchy singles, the band have released a music video for their latest: ‘Rose-Colored Boy’.

Black Foxxes – Manic In Me

Black Foxxes have unveiled the scond track from their upcoming album Reiði. Filmed in Iceland, the video for ‘Manic In Me’ features some stunning scenic shots. “This song is purposefully written to have a pop structure, I wanted the song to sway back and forth in a repetitive manor to inject the listener with the hooks. The song is about balancing inner rage and calm,” shares Mark Holley.

Hellions – X (Mwah)

Aussie four-piece Hellions have revealed the video for their brand new single ‘X (Mwah)’, and it’s their first bit of new material since releasing Opera Oblivia in 2016. Guitarist/vocalist Matt Gravolin explains: “60% of the human body consists of water. We are made of stardust atoms. These are remarkable things to contemplate – our very being is miraculous! But considering how few of our actions bear the salubrity of the water we’re composed of and how little light we’re projecting unto the world each day is enough to make one believe we are more of an aberrational race than a miraculous one. This is very much an escapist anthem, we’re embracing abandon and recklessness. We hope you enjoy it!”

Sumo Cyco – Undefeated

Ahead of their recently announced UK tour in March, Canadian punk-metallers Sumo Cyco have released a music video for their anthemic track ‘Undefeated’. The song features on the band’s upcoming EP (yet to be titled), and the colourful video can be watched below.