We’ve handpicked our Top 5 Videos of July 2017 with Kid Kapichi in the number one spot. If you haven’t seen these already then scroll down for more…

1) Kid Kapichi – Waster

Hastings indie rock heroes Kid Kapichi recently revealed their highly anticipated video for ‘Waster‘. Featuring drama, drugs and hijacking a police car, the quartet have gone all out for this video, directed by James Green. The track is incredibly catchy too, so be prepared to have it in your head for the rest of the day…

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2) August Burns Red – Invisible Enemy

Metalcore icons, August Burns Red worked with director Samuel Halleen, the band’s most iconic videos are reenacted by 3D marionette versions of themselves, with no details spared. From the clothes they wear on stage, to the small details in their personal instruments, this video truly captures the energy of August Burns Red‘s commanding presence and even includes some of the band’s top fans in the video.

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3) Thy Art Is Murder – The Son Of Misery

Nuclear Blast heavy metal quintet Thy Art Is Murder are back with a brand new music video for ‘The Son Of Misery‘. A dark and mysterious video portraying the band doing what they do best and the track is taken from the band’s forthcoming new album ‘Dear Desolation‘, out on August 18th.

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4) Petrol Girls – Fang

Post-hardcore bunch Petrol Girls have revealed the music video for ‘Fang‘, taken from the band’s most recent album ‘Talk Of Violence‘, which was released via Bomber Records. With tonnes of headbanging included, the video documents the band’s time on the road over the past couple of months.

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5) Witterquick – Lie To Me

Highly regarded British rock quintet Witterquick continue their ascent with the release of their immersing new video single, ‘Lie To Me‘. The new single sees the rising rockers work once more with esteemed producer Romesh Dodangoda (Bring Me the Horizon, Lower Than Atlantis, Twin Atlantic).

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So, did we miss anything? Let us know in the comments below…