I reviewed Murmur’s debut album The Boundless Black when it was released in March and absolutely loved it. Their style is unique, captivating and beautiful. One of the tracks that stood out to me was ‘Last Parade’ which has now been given its own video.Continue reading “MURMUR release new music video for ‘Last Parade’ | News”
On May 4th Milkk released their music video for their song “90’s Baby” from their newest album “Headrush” that came out earlier this year.
The song captures what it’s like to be a 90’s baby from the inside, the parts of us that they don’t see. They expect us to be fine, we show that on the outside but we really aren’t. But I feel that goes for everyone no matter the generation. But for now we’re focusing on 90’s babies.
My interpretation of the music video is that the chains is meant to represent us being locked inside of our minds with our bad thoughts, we’re stuck within our mind with the thoughts that hurt us the most. The weight of the chains are too heavy to lift to be able to escape.
I think the paint is meant to be heavy, like a heavy feeling; I think that’s meant to represent the drowning feeling when the chains get too heavy for us to take so we feel as though were drowning in all of our feelings, gasping for air, for something fresh that’ll save us.
One of the lyrics is, “But I’m breaking down and still stuck with the curse, I don’t really, don’t really know what to say, get out of my head, it’s too much to take.” would correlate with the feeling of drowning and the feeling of being weighed down and stuck from the chains.
These aren’t facts about the music video, this is how I interpreted it. You can watch the music video below when you click on the video. Don’t forget to comment how you interpret the music video and the song itself.
The 5-piece band from Cardiff released a stunning music video alongside their latest single ‘You Are Everything’. The track is from their upcoming debut album, which will be released through SharpTone Records on 8th March.Continue reading “HOLDING ABSENCE release video for latest single ‘You Are Everything’ |Review”
Escape the Fate are known for their meaningful lyrics and videos, but their most recent release took a break with that. Their new music video for their song, “Do You Love Me” from their newest album, “I Am Human” is a video designed to make you laugh.
In the video you have four bachelors and a bachelorette on one of those dating shows you used to see on television when you were little, or most of us at least. After a few watches and re-watches I think I laughed more each time. They’re a band that never fails to either make you emotional with their songs and videos or make you laugh because they’re silly and it just flat out suits them.
The song itself is brilliant! The band continue to grow and develop their sound and it is overflowing with their individual, characteristic style. The video really adds to the style of the song and helps draw out the theme of love – perfect for a Valentine’s Day release.
If you’re feeling the love and wanna watch a funny, Valentine’s Day themed video then this one is DEFINITELY for you! Check it out below and let us know in the comments what you think of the video.
Here’s To You are gearing up to release ‘Phase I’ of their three phase ‘Wonder/Wander’ album and its promising to be fabulous. The band took the time to write a guest blog about the music video for lead single ‘Burning Alive’.Continue reading “Here’s To You tell us about their new music video”
With their new album, Smash The Windows, in-stores now, The Tossers have released a lyric video for the politically charged anthem ‘Erin Go Bragh’. They have also announced a competition with Victory Records, giving entrants the chance to win a $250 shopping spree at Amazon.
After announcing their upcoming album ‘This Is Goodbye’ and releasing the debut single of the same name, Imminence have released their second single ‘Diamonds’. The single comes with yet another beautifully shot video.
British underground post-punk band WEAK13 have released a new music video for their song ‘Obey The Slave’ from their 2016 album They Live. The music video revolves around a theme of law and order and was filmed in a real English magistrates court. Take a look at the video below:
twenty one pilots have been teasing the release of one more music video from their award-winning album ‘Blurryface’ with cryptic tweets from the Blurryface account, photos on their instagram and more photos from people working on set. The captivating video for ‘Heavydirtysoul’ dropped today and it is fire – literally.
This brilliant ‘What We Could Have Been’ video features Vesperteen fans (or the Vesperteam) from around the world and I love it. Fun and energetic, this video encapsulates not only Vesperteen, but the fans that have rallied around him.