Watch new music videos from Code Orange, American Football and ‘68—plus don’t miss A Will Away and Dryjacket on tour with This Wild Life. Check out the news you might have missed today below!
1. Code Orange have unveiled their new music video for “Bleeding In The Blur.” Give it a watch below!
The track is taken off their new record Forever, and in the premiere with Fader, Reba Myers talks more about the track’s special place on the record.
“‘Bleeding In The Blur’ was the second song we wrote on the record. I think it is just the best and most developed version we’ve made so far of a song with a strong melodic tendency,” Myers tells the site. “We’ve always attempted to make certain songs on our record have a mix of melody, dissonance and fire, but ‘Bleeding In The Blur’ has our best balance of those elements thus far in my opinion.”
A Will Away released their new record, Here Again, back in March, and Dryjacket released their new record, For Posterity, in January.
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3. American Football released a new music video for “My Instincts Are The Enemy.” Check it out below.
The track is taken off the band’s 2016 American Football (LP2), and director Chris Strong tells NPR that the video was filmed in both Japan and Illinois.
“This video imagines a Japanese character temporarily living in small town Central Illinois missing his home. Mike [Kinsella] and [manager] Chase [Iglori] gave me the names of eight people they knew from previous music tours in Japan,” Strong explains. “These people then helped to connect us with people in Japan who were interested in taking part. In Japan, we filmed in various parts of Tokyo, Matsumoto and Nagoya. In the U.S., we filmed in Toluca, Illinois.”
4. Enter Shikari released a new song, “Supercharge,” featuring Big Narstie. Give it a listen below!
The track is available for purchase here.
5. Rock duo ‘68 released a new music video for their latest single, “The Workers Are Few.” Give it a watch below!
“This film noir, shadow influenced music video captures our performance with a bit of grittiness that we enjoy,” vocalist/guitarist Josh Scogin said. “We started out with a very loose direction leaving a lot of room for impulsive and candid shots that revealed themselves the day of.”
The track is taken from their forthcoming record, Two Parts Viper, due out June 2. It’s available for preorder here.
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