One Step Closer Share Video For ‘Time Spent, Too Long’

One Step Closer have dropped a video for ‘Time Spent, Too Long’.

Lifted from their debut album ‘This Place You Know’, which was released back in September via Run For Cover Records, and will see them tour the UK early next year.

Vocalist Ryan Savitski says of the video: “We decided to make the video based around a younger kid who is just struggling with life and trying to find some purpose. Since it’s a short song, the goal was to make a simple story that you can follow with nice articulated shots that keep it interesting. It makes it feel more like a movie than a music video, which makes it even cooler. This is our first professionally shot music video and I’m super hyped on how it turned out.”

Director Jake Elko adds: “For the video production of Time Spent, Too Long, I wanted to capture the feeling of loneliness that relates to so many of us growing up in Wilkes Barre while showing off some of the hidden beauty surrounding the city. Working within an extremely short timeframe, Kyle and I worked together alongside Dante and the band on different sets creating unique visuals with modern film techniques. We were really excited to incorporate FPV drones into our workflow which allowed us to push the limits of our vision.”

Check it out below.

One Step Closer Announce Debut Record, ‘This Place You Know’

Hardcore upstarts One Step Closer have announced their debut full-length, This Place You Know, due out September 24th from Run For Cover Records. Since their start only a few years ago the young Wilkes Barre, PA-based band have been steadily gaining momentum with a passionate and anthemic style of hardcore that’s made them stand out from the pack. On This Place You Know the band fulfills that promise and builds on it with their most urgent and compelling set of songs to date. 

To mark the announcement One Step Closer have teamed with Revolver Magazine to premiere their music video for lead single “Pringle Street” along with an interview with vocalist Ryan Savitski. The dynamic new song highlights One Step Closer‘s knack for melody as they incorporate hints of ’90s emo influences without sacrificing hardcore bite.

Check out ‘Pringle Street’ below

Check out the Cover Art, Tracklisting and Pre-orders below.

1. I Feel So
2. Lead To Gray
3. Leave Me Behind
4. Home For The Night
5. Pringle Street
6. Hereafter
7. Time Spent, Too Long
8. Autumn
9. Chrysanthemum
10. As The City Sleeps

Pre-orders are available via the following link.

Single Review – One Step Closer – Pringle Street

Recently harder upstarts One Step Closer announced their debut full length record, ‘This Play You Know’ set to be released on September 24th 2021 from Run Cover Records.

To mark the announcement, the band teamed up with Revolver Magazine to premiere their latest music video for the track which is available to view below.

‘Pringle Street’ is a slice of hardcore you just need in your life from the first listen. Amongst all the noise bands make on the regular, this track is the one that’s grabbed my attention the most in recent months just because of the sheer crunching breakdown to the beautiful progression of the guitar on this one. Fingers crossed they keep up this trajectory when their debut full length drops this September!

Rating:4/5.

Pre-orders for ‘This Play You Know’ are available via the following link.