New York City alternative rock quartet, Man On Earth, return with female bounty hunters, race cars, go-go dancers and an anthemic new rocker in the explosive new video for their latest single “Bang Bang Bitch”.

The video, found below, features tongue-in-cheek imagery spanning decades of rock history as well as many visual homages to some of the bands biggest influences.

“A lot of people have been debating whether rock ’n’ roll is dead and that whole idea just seems ridiculous. To us, rock music has always been about standing on the outside, defying the odds, battling conformity and following that inner calling. Anything else is just pop music. So in that respect, Rock ’n' Roll has probably never been more alive!” states Man On Earth vocalist Steven Nathan. “'Bang Bang Bitch' is a song that instantly connected with people on the road so we were excited to dig in and bring this story to life!”

Over the last three years, Man On Earth (Nathan (vocals), Steve Gregoire (guitar), Adam Root (bass), Angelo Modica (drums))  has been circling the United States, living day to day in a converted airport transport bus steadily building their fan base city after city. Between tours, the band locked themselves away with producer Cooper Anderson (Fun., Kanye West) furiously writing and recording the band’s new self titled album. Mixed by Mike Watts (Story of the Year, The Dear Hunter, Theory of a Deadman) and featuring a cameo by Dr. Fink of Prince & The Revolution on keyboards, Man On Earth is the culmination of thousands of miles of open road, hundreds of clubs and years of writing and recording together. There are absolutely no plug-ins for that on any computer. This is real and it pours furiously out of every single note of Man On Earth’s self titled release.

Man On Earth was established in the late 2000s. Driven with a deep DIY work ethic, the collective have had their music featured in the Winter Olympics and have opened for a wide array of artists from Kid Rock and 311 to Simple Plan and The Virgin Marys. But the band is keeping the past in the rear-view mirror and going full force into their next great sonic exploration. 

Live near New York City? Catch the band live Friday December 5th at Santos Party House (16 and over). More dates to be announced soon!