New Music Roundup

Since there’s been about a billion new music and video releases this week we thought we’d put them all together in the one place.

Trapdoor Social- Second Chance

The video premiered over on PureVolume, and it procedes a double B-side album that’s out on March 17th. The band describes ‘Second Chance’ as ” a metaphysical adventure through time, undoing mistakes and breaking addictions, in an attempt to regain control over one’s life”. The video was directed by Jessie Johnson.

 

Neck Deep- Serpents

‘Serpents’ is taken from Neck Deep’s latest album Life’s Not Out To Get You which was released on August 14th via Hopeless Records. We named the album number 3 on our favourite albums of last year. The absolutely kick ass video was directed by Miguel Barbosa.

 

The Split Seconds- Cutting Out

‘Cutting Out’ is from the bands upcoming self-titled album which will be released via Holy Mother Records, and the video was directed by Tristan McNeil.

 

Strangers You Know- Used

Making it’s debut on Teen Vogue, ‘Used’ is from the bands new album Loosen Up The Leash which is out now.

 

MassMatiks- Gunning For You

‘Gunning For You’ is the explosive debut single from MassMatiks, and it marks the beginning of their UK tour. The video was produced by North Shore Films and directed by Alex Rawson.

 

The Cadillac Three- Graffiti

Shot in urban London during their tour a few weeks ago, the new video from The Cadillac Three is the backdrop for their latest single ‘Graffiti’.

 

O’Brother- Your Move

‘Your Move’ is from the bands upcoming third album which will be out on the 25th of March via Triple Crown Records/Favorite Gentlemen. The video was directed and produced by  Atria Creative.

 

BAILER- The Binding

Containing a ridiculous amount of flashing images, the video for ‘The Binding’ was produced by Rob O’Halloran. The song is from BAILER’s upcoming debut EP Shaped By The Landscape which is due out April 29th.

 

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