Stand Atlantic just dropped neon-filled video for “Hate Me (Sometimes)” filled with people wearing paint on their faces, boxes on their heads and a lot more wacky accessories. 

The new video also shows the band dressing up as mice, flowers and more to go along with the high-energy track. 

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Prior to this drop, the band teased they were preparing to drop the track with their tour merch. 

Prior to their headlining UK run, Stand Atlantic revealed the merch that would be available on their tour.

Now, the song is here with the video to match the colors on the shirt. 

Lead singer Bonnie Fraser said that “Hate Me (Sometimes)” is about “find it hard to break through your own barriers.” 

“It’s about the frustration that comes from being your own worst enemy but at the same time trying to celebrate it because it makes you who you are,” Fraser continued. 


You can see the video for “Hate Me (Sometimes)” below, but be warned — you might want to put on some sunglasses and dance around like crazy. 

Tomorrow, Stand Atlantic will be kicking off their first U.S. co-headlining tour with The Faim and support by WSTR. You can see the dates below and grab tickets here

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