It’s time for our Top 5 Videos of August 2017! We’ve got a nice combination of pop punk, folk punk, ska and metal for ya!
1) Matilda’s Scoundrels – Bow To The Powers
‘Bow to the Powers‘ is the first single to be taken from Matilda’s Scoundrels upcoming debut album ‘As The Tide Turns‘. The highly anticipated album will be released on Friday 8th September 2017 via TNS Records.
2) ROAM – Playing Fiction
Eastbourne lads ROAM have revealed the official music video for ‘Playing Fiction‘, which is taken from their highly anticipated forthcoming album ‘Great Heights & Nosedives‘ out October 13th on Hopeless Records!
Alex Adam (Guitar / Vocals) tells us about the video;
“The video for the song centres around myself and Costello walking through a town with strange scenes appearing as the day progresses. It all builds towards our realisation that we’re stuck in a fairytale daydream, and we end up being a part of the fantastical world. It was a lot of fun to shoot with all our friends and some cheeky special extras in various costumes. We’ll let you guess as to their identities…”
3) Shaded – Better With You
Pop punkers Shaded have revealed ‘Better With You‘ from their forthcoming EP, ‘The Better Man In Me‘, available on all online platforms from September 1st.
Here’s what the band had to say about the new video:
“We’re so excited to finally be able to show people what we’ve been up to. We worked with our good friend Zak Pinchin on the video for our single ‘Better With You’ and we couldn’t be happier with the outcome. The single and video are a result of a lot of hard work so we just hope people can relate to it and enjoy it!”
4) Skaciety – Yesterday’s News
‘Yesterday’s News‘ is the latest single from Skaciety‘s upcoming album ‘Overstaying Our Welcome‘. The song was produced, mixed and engineered by Dave Chang at Whitehouse Studios and the video was shot/directed by Mark Richards.
5) Varials – E.D.A.
Philadelphi metallers Varials recently revealed latest track ‘E.D.A’ which is taken from the band’s brand new album ‘Pain Again’, out now on Fearless Records.
Lead singer Travis Tabron talk about the track; “stands for every dies alone. All of the lyrics are referential and play off each other. You learn a lot about life when your friends start dying. You learn a lot about trust, when you’re left so lonely again.”
So did we miss anything? Let us know in the comments below…