It’s that time of the week again. Another music video roundup. what more could you want on a Friday afternoon?
First up are up and coming Pop-Punkers Crossing The Limits. It’s off their soo to be released EP, ‘Perseverance’.
Mallory Knox recently came back into the world of music but announced they’d parted ways with frontman Mikey Chapman. Now back into releasing material, the band have dropped a video for their newest single, ‘Black Holes’.
Things are just getting better and better for Scottish Pop Punks Woes in 2018, firstly revealing they’ve signed with UNFD and now they have a video to accompany their latest single, ‘Real World’.
One year on for Decade’s full-length record, ‘Pleasantries’, the band have dropped a video for the opening track and their latest single, ‘Human Being’.
Coming back into the fold are Falling In Reverse which sounds like a little bit of their older material comes the first music since 2017’s ‘Coming Home’. Here’s losing my mind.
Another band who are back with a bang are Aussie fave’s Parkway Drive. This next track is expected to feature on their yet-to-be-announced record but you can view the amazing ‘Wishing Wells’ below.
Coming next is from Stick To Your Guns. This track is taken from the band’s latest record, ‘True View’ which is out now. This is the track for ‘Forgiveness Of Self’.
Time for a throwback to for a retro video from indie rockers Tigers Jaw who’ve released their newest single ‘Window’. It’s off their latest record, ‘Spin’ which came out last year via Black Cement Records’.
Now keeping up with some great tracks in today’s music world, this one comes from Best Ex. This track was part of the 2017 EP Ice Cream Anti-Social and is the last track off said EP, here’s Jellyfish.
Now this is one I’ve been waiting for, for a while. Eva Plays Dead has just debuted their brand new single, ‘Get Back’ which is off their upcoming EP, ‘The Fix’. It’s a song that approaches the subject of mental health and its accompanying video portrays the struggles of those who suffer from bipolar disorder, specifically from vocalist Tiggy Dee.