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NOFX Share New Music Video For “Darby Crashing Your Party”

It may seem unbelievable that NOFX has been churning out pop-punk and ska-punk hits for 40 years, but rest assured, the group is still up to their same antics after all this time in a new music video for “Darby Crashing Your Party.”

The track first appeared on their 2022 record Double Album, an LP donning new favorites such as “Three Against Me” and “Don’t Count on Me.”

Punk fans will surely love this song for its myriad references and Easter eggs regarding the genre. Obviously, the song title “Darby Crashing Your Party” is in reference to the famed Darby Crash, aka Jan Paul Beahm, who fronted The Germs in the late ‘70s. Additionally, the song references Johnny Rotten of Sex Pistols in lines, “I’m anti-Christ, the unoriginal sin/The 10 months of relevant Johnny Rotten.” The band also adds a lyric about Captain Sensible of The Damned, according to Genius. “Throwing a party? I’ll Darby Crash it/My Captain’s Sensibilities tells me to smash it,” sings Fat Mike

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In the music video, you can see members of the band and a whole brigade of people absolutely destroy a house from the inside out, beginning with bats and sledgehammers and ending with a full-blown, professional-level bulldozer. Check out the full music video below. 

At the end of the music video, a title card appears: “RIP Six Floggs 2018-2023,” in reference to Fat Mike’s Six Floggs Abusement Park studio. Frankly, this is a rad way to go out if you’re trying to get rid of your studio space. The band even shared on their Instagram page, “Pretty sure Mike won’t be getting his security deposit back…”

NOFX has a few upcoming live dates. Check them out below and grab your tickets here

Tour Dates:

  • Sept. 16—San Francisco, CA @ Cow Palace
  • Sept. 30—Orlando, FL @ Central Florida Fairgrounds
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