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Can’t Swim “Can’t See Straight” Through Anger In Latest Video


Can’t Swim has released a short yet intense new music video commenting on their lead singer’s frustration with how his friend was once treated. “Can’t See Straight” follows their last single released in April, and is a stark contrast to the previous release.  Where “No Backbone” features a pop-punk groove and layers, the new track is heavy, angry, and full of wrath.” With intense and heavy instrumentation accompanied by lyrics like, “Big shot when she can’t even stand/Passed out makes you feel like a man/One day you’re gonna get yours/When I kick down the door,” Can’t Swim clearly lay out… Read more »

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Green Day Takes Us For A Wild Ride With “Corvette Summer” Video


Welcome back, class of 1978; it’s time to rev up your engines! Green Day has just dropped their killer throwback video for “Corvette Summer.” “Rev up those engines, the Corvette Summer music video is here and it’s one wild ride!!” the band shares on their social platforms. “The song was named after one of our favorite cult classic movies, so it only made sense to pay homage to it with the music video. We even took things one step further and got @MarkHamill (who starred in the original) to star in our remake alongside us, @hannibalburess, and some others. We… Read more »

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Marianas Trench Shares Cinematic Video For “Lightning And Thunder”


Let’s face it: We’ve all had “Lightning And Thunder” by Marianas Trench stuck in our heads for the last two months following its May 2024 release. Ahead of the band’s massive fall tour kicking off in September, the Canadian alt-pop stars have unleashed the official music video for the track. “Every story begins with a call to adventure,” vocalist Josh Ramsey shares. “‘Lightning And Thunder’ is about finding out my partner and I were going to have our first child. [It] is probably the biggest call to adventure I’m ever going to experience.” Check out the cinematic video release for… Read more »

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ONE OK ROCK Launches Cinematic “Delusion:All” Music Video


ONE OK ROCK is delivering pummeling, urgent modern rock in their first offering of 2024, “Delusion:All” featuring a cinematic accompanying music video. The powerful song is part of Kingdom IV: Return of the Great General, which just hit theaters in Japan. The chorus is brutal yet poignant. “Why does it feel/Like they don’t feel anything?/I pray there’s a future behind those walls/(But maybe I’m delusional)/Let’s make a deal/Pretend this bastard democracy/Is just how we want it and we’re not exhausted,” the band sings. Check out the full “Delusion:All” music video below. In May, ONE OK ROCK announced their fall 2024… Read more »

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Wallows New Music Video Is Anything But A “Bad Dream”


Our favorite multi-platinum indie-roc trio, Wallows has gifted us with the music video for “Bad Dreams” today. They joined forces with director Nina Ljeti, who has worked with the likes of Phoebe Bridgers and more to deliver the surrealist visual. “Bad Dream” comes from the group’s highly-acclaimed third studio album, Model. The record also includes previously released singles like, “Your Apartment,” “You (Show Me Where My Days Went)” “A Warning,” and “Calling After Me.” Allow yourself full immersion into the comfy, cozy world Wallows creates in this music video for “Bad Dream” which feels reminiscent of films like Call Me By Your… Read more »

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Boston Manor Drops English Countryside-Inspired “Heat Me Up” Music Video


After releasing their new single, “Heat Me Up” in late May, Boston Manor has released an official music video. The track follows up previous releases “Container” and “Sliding Doors,” which are all set to appear on their forthcoming record Sundiver. “‘Heat Me Up’ ended up being the first track we finished on the album. We’d gone down to Welwyn Garden City where we were going to record the album to write and do some pre-production,” frontman Henry Cox says. “It was actually our day off, it was a blistering hot day and we had nothing to do, so we had a… Read more »

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Royel Otis Releases “Merry Mary Marry Me” Music Video


Following the release of their full-length album PRATTS & PAIN released in February 2024, viral sensation Royel Otis has released the official music video for “Merry Mary Marry Me.”  Shot during the band’s PRATTS & PAIN North American tour run earlier this year, the video features fan reactions to the sweet, tongue-twister track and exudes a sense of summer. Check out “Merry Mary Marry Me” below. The Aussie darlings will be returning to North America later this year kicking off on September 9 in Columbus, OH before concluding in Vancouver, BC on October 22. The 29-show run has already sold… Read more »

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Memphis May Fire Drops Video For Scorching New Single “Paralyzed”


Today, Memphis May Fire has premiered “Paralyzed” via SiriusXM’s Octane alongside the music video available on YouTube. “Paralyzed” stands with those who battle crippling anxiety. The song evokes intense emotions, expressing compassion for the gut-wrenching experience. Letting Memphis May Fire fans know they’re not alone: “We hope to connect with listeners who share this struggle, offering a sense of understanding and solidarity.” Read more: Bloc Party Finds Themselves “Flirting Again” On New Single Serving as one of the heaviest songs in their catalog, the band spares no detail in describing the “vicious cycle” that is anxiety. Discussing desperate attempts to… Read more »

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phem Releases Action-Packed “donuts” Music Video


After dropping her new single “donuts” on June 12, phem officially dropped the official music video for the sweet hyperpop-tinged track. In the video, the artist is both eating delicious breakfast baked goods and doing donuts in fast cars. Talented stunt driver Dillon Bjorn Schmersal drove circles around a singing phem, making it look just like an action movie. Of course, she also got to be a passenger, too. She sings, “I was eating donuts in the kitchen/I was working overtime fuck an intermission/I was doin’ donuts in my Benz/Parking lot of 7-Eleven and then I said/I was doin’ better… Read more »

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twenty one pilots Releases Action-Packed “Paladin Strait” Music Video


The wait is over for twenty one pilots fans. Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun have finally revealed their theatrical, action-packed music video for “Paladin Strait” from their recently released record, Clancy. The ending of the video shows “Nico” strangling “Clancy.” The red-hooded figure says, “So few. So proud. So emotional. Hello, Clancy.” Some Reddit users and Instagram users believe there is more music on the way based on the music video’s sudden ending and brief flourish before fading to black. Check out the Hollywood production-level video below, directed by Jensen Noen, who is also known for working with Bring Me… Read more »

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