AP is proud to team up with Albuquerque pop punkers Right On, Kid to premiere the new video for their lead single, “Tracer,” from the band’s latest EP, When Words Are Enough.
Featuring Knuckle Puck bassist Ryan Rumchaks, this uplifting pop-punk tune conveys the mental pressure and emotional difficulties of rising as a musician while also inspiring listeners to continue chasing their dreams.
“We’re so excited to be able to share the music video for ‘Tracer’ with everyone,” vocalist Zach Rose says. “I think this is the best song/music video combination we’ve done so far, and we’re all really happy with the final product. ‘Tracer’ was ultimately written about how hard it can be to chase a dream—in our case, working toward becoming full-time musicians.”
Directed by Mario Rivera, the music video captures the touring lifestyle, showing captivating footage of the band’s time on the road.
“We wanted to show the whole spectrum of emotions felt while on a tour and how rewarding it can be to be able to travel with your best friends playing songs that you’ve worked so hard to create,” Rose explains. “Special thanks to Mario Rivera for helping us turn this video into something special.”
When Words Are Enough is available via Manic Kat Records here.
Check out the video below.
Right On, Kid will embark on tour with Neverlyn and Calmgrove on support. Tickets and more information can be found here, with dates below.
07/15 – Albuquerque, NM @ The Launchpad
07/18 – Phoenix, AZ @ Timeout Lounge
07/19 – Pomona, CA @ Emo Night at DBA Bar
07/21 – San Diego, CA @ Tower Bar
07/23 – San Francisco, CA @ Honey Hive
07/24 – Las Vegas, NV @ Double Down Saloon
07/25 – Bullhead City, AZ @ Lazy Harry’s
07/27 – Orem, UT @ The Rise
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