A Few Too Many Release Huge New Track, ‘Unhealthy’

A Few Too Many have returned with a huge new track. 

The track, ‘Unhealthy’ incorporates the rousing and raucous parts of the genre to the best of bands abilities.

The band had this to say about the track and its themes:

“Unhealthy was written about being stuck in a very toxic and ultimately ‘unhealthy’ relationship – it’s a defiant anthem for anyone who has ever been stuck in the same position and wanted to get out. If you’re in a damaging relationship, whether that be a friendship or a romantic connection, let this song be your sign to get out of it.”

You can check out the video for the track below:

A Few Too Many Release New Single, ‘Someday’

Recently hailed by Alternative Press as one of “10 Rising UK-Based Pop-Punk Bands You Need To Hear,” Cambridgeshire England’s A Few Too Many was born from the ashes of the MTV/Myspace generation of OG pop punk. To date, the band has been featured in/on Alternative Press, Substream, Rock Sound. Powerplay Magazine, New Noise, BBC Introducing, Cracked Magazine, etc., as well as having had tracks playlisted on the official editorial Spotify playlists ‘New Punk Tracks’ and ‘Pop Punks Not Dead’ and Kerrang’s own Spotify playlist ‘Pop Punk’.

Combining captivating melodies, deliciously infectious hooks and relatable lyrics in their songs, alongside an energy-packed live show, AFTM continue to enthrall audiences all around the UK and further afield.

“Our single Someday represents our determination to continue to chase our dreams despite setbacks, disappointments and toxic relationships. This song is our survival anthem.”– A Few Too Many

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Check out the lyric video for ‘Someday’ below.

Check out the following link for streams of ‘Someday’ on all digital platforms.

Music Video’s 14/09/18

And it’s that time of the week again, another music video roundup. If you’re new to the posts, it’s simple. I find ten of the latest music videos out there and put them into this convenient list for your viewing pleasure.

First up is Cold Night For Alligators. Three years after their debut record, the Danish metallers have announced the release of its follow-up and have accom[anied by the news by releasing ‘Canaille’.

 

Having put out, ‘Private Room’, a short EP of unreleased B-sides from their past record, hardcore group Counterparts have premiered a video for ‘We Forgive’.

 

Next up are Being As An Ocean. Alongside the release of the bulked up deluxe edition of their fourth full-length effort, ‘Waiting For Morning To Come’, the band have shared a new track, ‘Know My Name’.

 

With their second album due next month, Southampton’s Our Hollow, Our Home have released another teaser for the record with a brand new song, ‘In Moment’.

 

Now with legal disputes behind them, Florida’s I Set My Friends On Fire,   are moving forward with their plan of releasing two full-length records and they’re marking this celebration of freedom with a brand new song, called ‘Don’t Take Me For Pomegranate’.

 

Time for a video which features religion and macabre as that’s what death metallers Aborted are going for in their video for ‘Vespertine Decay’.

 

Their new record, Palms is out now. It’s all over the place. Believe me! But if you wanna listen to one great track from the record, then you have to check out “The Dark” first.

 

Now, this next track comes from A Few Too Many. The Cambridgeshire Pop-Punks have said, “Solid Ground is a song about finding your feet again after your life has been turned upside down, leaving the past behind and looking forward to the future.” The video is also taken from their upcoming EP of the same name.

 

Time to go a little Indie Punk now. St Albans group TV Coma have lifted new single ‘Trudy’, the latest track to be taken from their debut EP, ‘Body Negativity’.

 

And lastly, on the list, we have Crossfaith. They’re due to hit UK shores next month for a tour with Blood Youth and Ground Culture. But ahead of their arrival, they’ve released the video for ‘Make A Move’. The video is a good insight into what UK fans are in for next month.

And that’s it for this weeks music video roundup! Be sure to check back next week for another countdown of the ten of the best!