Music Videos 11/11/18

Hello everybody! Welcome to another entry in the Music Video top ten list. If you’re new to the posts then this is how it goes down. Every week, I find ten of the best music video releases out there and put them into a convenient list for everyone to enjoy. Let’s get started!

First band up in the list is Dance Gavin Dance! The band released their eighth record, ‘Artificial Selection’ last week and now have released a new entry in their ‘Robot With Human Hair’ series with a new addition in the form of, ‘Son Of Robot’


Teesside’s own Northshore are making a name for themselves on the up and coming markets. “For What It’s Worth” is the first single and title track from their upcoming EP, which is due for release February 15th.


Now, just before a UK will commence with the people in Ghost Bath, Danish band MOL have a new release with the title track of their debut record, ‘Jord’.


Another video to go with touring. Ahead of their first headline tour of the UK, Melbourne (Yes, another Aussie band) based Pagan have a very colourful track for the aptly named, ‘Imitate Me’. It’s off their full-length record, ‘Black Wash’ which was released earlier this year.


Back to Britain now, we’re going for InMe for the next choice of video. They have their seventh record, ‘Jumpstart Hope’ ready to unleash upon the world and they have a preview for you in ‘For Something To Happen’.


Onwards from a sold out co-headline London show at Thousand Island, Metalcore up and comers TheCityIsOurs have dropped a new video for a fantastic single, ‘Casket’.


London based group Calva Louise have been making a few announcements as of late. From their upcoming record to tour dates, there had to be a new music video. ‘I Heard A Cry” is complete with an energetic street chase and matches the liveliness of the track itself.


Now we get to Ohio for emo vets Hawthorne Heights. They’re busy at the moment supporting Silverstein on their ‘When Broken Is Easily Fixed’ 15th Anniversary tour but they have a new video out for ‘Crimson Sand’.


Memphis May Fire have a new record out very very soon and the Post-Hardcore/ Metalcore favourites have shared a brand new single out in celebration. ‘The Old Me: sees vocalist Matty Mullins covering up his wrongdoings when he tries to bury a body when the unexpected happens.


Lastly, we’re going for Yorkshire based band Heartsink. They’re doing pretty well for themselves at the moment and they have a fantastic new track in the form of “Same Old Lies” which was produced by the fantastic Sleepless Productions. Let’s take a look


And that’s it for another round of music videos for a week. Be sure to check out my other posts for music news, photo galleries of recent shows and interviews with musicians. I’ll see you next week everyone.

Northshore: For What It’s Worth Single Review

Firstly, before we begin I have to say, I’ve been waiting to hear some new music from these Teesside lads for a while now and let me say they certainly do not disappoint. I had the chance to interview them at Pop Punk Pile Up a few months ago but due to circumstances out of their control, it meant that they couldn’t perform. I was absolutely gutted about that but it just goes to show, all good things come to those who wait.

Now, this single just signifies more is yet to come for these lads and this single alone could mean big things for them. It’s just Pop-Punk perfection at its best and I’ve seen many bands go on and do some great things all because of one track. I don’t see any reason why this couldn’t happen to Northshore because it reminds me of the most enjoyable breakdowns from With Confidence or WSTR and those are just the recent tracks they emulate. For myself though, the main component which makes it stand out is of course, Ben Vickers and Dan Shepherd’s vocals. They help take the track to new heights and what helps keep their momentum together but as well, it separates them from the herd and truly makes them ones to watch on the British scene.

Northshore’s sophomore EP, “For What It’s Worth”, is out February 15th.

Check out the music video for “For What It’s Worth” below.

Stand Atlantic Announce UK Headlining Tour

Stand Atlantic are a band who just cannot be stopped. They’re a bunch of young, energetic people who know how to put on a show. They’ve just been here in the UK supporting State Champs but we won’t have to wait too long to see them return and in style for a headline tour in support of their debut record, Skinny Dipping. Check out the tour dates below.

March 2018

29th – Leeds Key Club

30th – Manchester Star & Garter

31st – Newcastle Think Tank

April 2018

1st – Glasgow King Tuts

2nd – Nottingham Bodega

3rd – Birmingham Asylum 2

4th – London Underworld

6th – Southampton Joiners

7th – Bristol Exchange


The Fever 333 Announce Debut Record

Yes. This is going to be one of the best records of the year. The Fever 333 are a band that is just going from constant strength to strength. They only started last out last year but they’ve risen up and taken the rock community by storm. Now, they’re gearing up to release their debut record and it’s out in the new year. The debut record’s going to be called Strength In Numb333rs and is set to drop on January 18th 2019 via Roadrunner/333 Wrecklords Crew. Heres the album art. Fever333_Art_JW_APPROVED_1425.jpg And they have a fantastic new single called ‘Burn It’. But that’s not all, they have a music video to go alongside it.

Escape The Fate Announce UK Tour

This year marks the 10th year anniversary for a lot of records but the record, ‘This War Is Ours’ from Escape The Fate was the first to feature Craig Mabbitt in place of their original frontman, Ronnie Radke.

The band has confirmed some dates already but they’ve now announced they’re coming over to the UK to play some of these shows as well. 

Here are the dates.

January 2018

24th – Bristol Thekla 

25th -Manchester Gorilla

26th – Nottingham Rock City

27th – Dublin Voodoo Lounge

28th – Belfast Limelight 2

29th – Glasgow Garage

February 2018

20th – London Electric Ballroom

Scuzz TV To Cease Broadcasting

Nooooooo. This is a heavy post for myself because of the amount of time I’ve spent just watching music videos in the past on my sofa.

Scuzz has announced that it will cease broadcasting on November 15th 2018.

Calva Louise Announce UK Tour

In the wake of announcing their debut UK record, ‘Rhinoceros’ the fantastic Calva Louise have released details of a UK tour in support of the record for March 2019.

Here is where they’re playing

March 2019

2nd March – Newcastle Think Tank

3rd – Glasgow Garage Attic

5th – Leeds Oporto

6th – Manchester Night People

7th – London Lexington

8th – Liverpool Phase One

10th – Birmingham Sunflower Lounge

11th – Bristol Louisiana

12th – Cardiff Clwb Ifor Bach

13th – Brighton Prince Albert


In addition to this tour news, the band have a new music video out for their single, “I heard A Cry”. The video features an energetic street chase with a frustrated theatre actor, to add to the liveliness of the single.