In Need Of New Music? Check Out These Music Videos By VIMIC, Trash Boat And More.

Veridian One Day

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Need your weekly dose of new tunes? Lucky for you we’re back for another round of a compilation of our favourite music videos to have been released this week. Check out some unmissable bangers from the likes of Trash Boat and Veridian below.

VIMIC – She Sees Everything
Wondering what Joey Jordison is up to these days since he parted ways with Slipknot? His new band VIMIC have just released a new track ‘She Sees Everything’, taken from their upcoming debut album Open Your Omen.

Trash Boat – How Selfish I Seem
St. Albans pop-punk band Trash Boat‘s new track is fast and loud, just the way we like it. The band will be following up their 2015 EP Brainwork with their debut full-length Nothing I Write You Can Change What You’ve Been Through (whew, try saying that in one breath!) via Hopeless Records on 17th June. The record was produced by none other than The Wonder YearsDan ‘Soupy’ Campbell.

Thousand Foot Krutch – Running With Giants
Canadian hard rockers Thousand Foot Krutch released their USA Hard Rock No. 1 charting album Oxygen: Inhale in 2014, and now they’ve announced that they’re releasing a heavier, more aggressive counterpart album, aptly titled Exhale. Here’s a taster in the form of their consistently energetic single ‘Running With Giants’.

Veridian – One Day
Veridian‘s third single One Day’ is so anthemic that it makes you feel like you want to climb hills, very much like the ones in the music video, and sing at it at the top of your lungs. Impressive for a band who only released their debut single the beginning of this year.

Wilson – Windows Down
Detroit rockers Wilson were recently over in the UK for their headline tour at the start of the year, and you can see some clips of it in their latest music video. “With this piece, we wanted to take you into the belly of the beast of Wilson. We pride ourselves on being 5 dudes that work hard, so we can party hard. The footage here is mostly taken from our recent adventures overseas, where we headlined shows for the very first time outside of North America,” shares vocalist Chad Nicefield.