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Beauty School and The Wonder Years’ Dan Campbell Release “Reaper” Video

Beauty School and The Wonder Years' Dan Campbell
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If you’re in the mood for a banger, then you’re in luck. Beauty School just shared the music video for “Reaper,” featuring The Wonder Years’ frontman Dan Campbell. While the song is a sweet and sour ode to the inevitability of death, the music video is more of a celebration of life. It sees the band members rocking out in a warehouse, joined by the reaper himself. It’s a smart and satirical take on a heavy topic, which is right up Beauty School’s alley. 

A match made in heaven, this collab is everything you never knew your emo-punk-loving soul needed. The call and response of Beauty School’s Joe Cabrera and The Wonder Years’ Dan Campbell tells a beautiful story of what it’s like to live, love, and die having given it all you got.

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Check out the “Reaper” music video featuring Dan Cambell below.

Beauty School will be performing a brief tour run supporting Hot Mulligan this summer in the UK. Check out their tour dates below and grab tickets to see them live here.

The Wonder Years will be hitting the road this summer with the Sad Summer Tour, performing alongside the likes of The Maine, Mayday Parade, and more. Last week, it was announced that they would be the headlining act for the Philadelphia, PA, tour stop. You can purchase tickets to the tour here and check out the tour routing below.

Beauty School Tour Dates:

  • July 6—Brighton, UK @ Chalk
  • July 7— Norwich, UK @ UEA The Waterfront
  • July 9—London, UK @ O2 Academy Islington

The Wonder Years Sad Summer Tour Dates:

  • July 11—Sacramento @ CA The Backyard
  • July 13—Santa Ana @ CA Observatory Festival Grounds
  • July 16—Denver, CO @ Mission Ballroom
  • July 19—Milwaukee, WI @ Eagles Ballroom
  • July 20—Chicago, IL @ Salt Shed Outdoor
  • July 21—Pontiac, MI @ Crofoot Festival Grounds
  • July 23—Pittsburgh, PA @ Stage AE Outdoor
  • July 24—Columbus, OH @ KEMBA Live! Outdoor
  • July 26—Atlanta, GA @ Coca-Cola Roxy
  • July 27—Clearwater, FL @ The Sound at Coachman Park
  • July 29—Cleveland, OH @ Jacobs Pavilion
  • Aug. 1—New York, NY @ The Rooftop at Pier 17
  • Aug. 3—Worcester, MA @ Palladium Outdoor
  • Aug. 4—Asbury Park, NJ @ Stone Pony Summer Stage
  • Aug. 6—Buffalo, NY @ Terminal B at the Outer Harbor
  • Aug. 8—Philadelphia, PA @ Highmark Skyline Stage
  • Aug. 9—Columbia, MD @ Chrysalis Stage
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