The Best Of This Week’s New Music Featuring I Prevail, The Bronx And More!

Northlane Colourwave

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With the amout of new stuff bands are constantly churning out, sometimes it gets difficult to keep track. Sure, it’s pretty easy when it’s just a few bands releasing things at the same time, but that’s hardly ever the case. This week we’ve rounded up some of the new music videos that have been dropped this past week, just in case you may have missed some of it!

The Bronx – Two Birds

Los Angeles punks The Bronx are back at it, and to hype up their forthcoming release V out 22nd September, they’ve unveiled the new video of their single ‘Two Birds’. In this latest video the band takes us on a stroll across the different sights of their hometown, but of course in a slightly different light than the glitz and glamour we’re used to.

Wild Lies – Save Your Breath

In the lead-up to the release of their debut album Prison of Sins, Wild Lies give a taster of what’s to come with ‘Save Your Breath’. Of the inspiration behind the track lead singer Matt Polley shares “No matter who, why or how many people put you down, they can “Save Your Breath” as you are not listening! You can rise above the negativity too make your own decisions as to the way you want to live your life.”

Ded – Remember The Enemy

We’re a fan of all things spooky, and now that the countdown to Halloween has officially begun, this new video from Ded seems to have been released just at the right time. For their video for ‘Remember The Enemey’, the band teamed up with Limp Bizkit’s Fred Durst, who lent his video directing expertise.

Seaway – Lula On The Beach

Leave it to Seaway to release a kooky video for yet another fun-loving track. Summer may be over now (though we’re still in denial), the Canadian pop-punkers take us on a trip to the beach with ‘Lula On The Beach’, taken off their aptly titled new record Vacation.

I Prevail – Alone

I Prevail‘s new animated video for ‘Alone’ should come with a disclaimer, because honestly you’re going to need some tissues to be readily available. This one definitely pulls at the old heartstrings.

Northlane – Colourwave

With a track titled ‘Colourwave’, you won’t be wrong in thinking that Northlane‘s new video will stay true to its namesake. There’s glitter, there’s neon lights to make up what is overall a stunning visual experience. This new video drops just shortly before the Australians hit our shores again in November as part of their Mesmer World Tour.