A Rundown Of This Week’s New Music Videos, Featuring Loads Of Live Footage

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In another week full of new music to feast on, it seems that there’s been quite a few music videos released featuring some sick live footage. Get to relive some of your favourite band’s live moments by checking out the new tracks below.

Black Peaks – Can’t Sleep

Following its debut on the Radio 1 Rock Show, Brighton’s Black Peaks have unveiled the music video for their single ‘Can’t Sleep’. The track is directed towards xenophobic and racist comments in the media, and vocalist Will Gardner shares of the track: “Whatever your view is politically, this song deals anxiety, paranoia and insomnia, all stemming from being swept along with a decision you do not agree with.”

Rosen – Riot

Addressing the “political climate of censorship, ignorance and a lack of purpose”, London-based quintet Rosen have shared their latest track ‘Riot’. The band’s sound is a mix of hip-hop and nu-metal, citing the likes of Limp Bizkit and Cypress Hill as influence – make sure to get a taste of their eclectic sound below.

Lower Than Atlantis – I Would

If you’ve ever been at a Lower Than Atlantis show, you’d know that they’re usually pretty special. The band’s latest music video for ‘I Would’ is a true testament to that, showcasing some of the highlights of their live gigs in the past year. Relive some of the best moments by giving the video a watch below.

Black Veil Brides – When They Call My Name

Black Veil Brides‘ latest track ‘When They Call My Name’ is another great live video, which features some footage of when the and played Brixton Academy earlier this year. The track is an important one that ultimately speaks of rising out of bad situations in your life.

Woes – High On You

Just in time for them to head off to Europe for their tour supporting Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes, Woes released their music video for their track ‘High On You’. Showcasing some of the shows the band went on with Neck Deep and Seaway, it’s a great example of what to expect from their lively performances.