It’s been yet another hell of a week and there doesn’t seem to be a slowdown in sight. We’ve had a nice eclectic range of tunes being dropped, and just in cased you’ve been too busy to keep up we have put together our favourites below.
Awolnation – Passion
Awolnation have just shared their new video for ‘Passion’, and it’s pretty uplifting. The video features disabled skater Og De Souza in his native Recife, Brazil – “Og has a such an amazing passion for life, positivity, and of course, skating,” shares frontman Aaron Bruno. “It’s an inspiration to me and what he does is a great example of how to overcome obstacles in life through your passion.” ‘Passion’ is taken off of Here Come The Runts, Awolnation‘s forthcoming third album.
Disposable – Ravenous
Scottish thrash band Disposable have revelead the video for their latest single ‘Ravenous’, just as they head out on their headline UK tour. The track covers some new ground for the band, with vocalist William Robertson explaining: “It’s a really interesting song for us; we experimented and had a lot of fun recording it. Its still fast and its still aggressive, but it sings and gets stuck in your head.”
Scream Serenity – Good Business
Hailing from Lowestoft, Scream Serenity take inspiration from the likes of Alter Bridge, Shinedown and Stone Sour. Like the sound of that? The quartet are currently gearing up for the release of their debut album Eye Of The Storm, which drops 1st December. Check out their new single ‘Good Business’ to get an idea of what you can expect.
Paramore – Fake Happy
Taken off their fifth studio album After Laughter, Paramore‘s latest single ‘Fake Happy’ now has an accompanying music video, directed by drummer Zac Farro and shot on film. The band will be making their return to the UK for their Tour Three arena tour in January 2018.
Movements – Daylily
Southern California quartet Movements recently released their album Feel Something, and on it is their current single ‘Daylily’. In a case of sound and visuals matching perfectly, the video’s slightly gloomy colours go hand in hand with the band’s twinkly guitars and introspective lyrics. Check out the band when they head to the UK later this year as they support Knuckle Puck on their December tour.
Frank Turner – Long Live The Queen
Frank Turner has shared another glimpse of his upcoming Songbook retrospective album, which pieces together the musician’s best spanning across his six albums. The latest look into Songbook is the new version of ‘Long Live The Queen’, the video for which features live footage from Frank’s 2000th show at Rock City last December.