Perhaps the most engagingly fun video for some time, Survival Code have weathered a raft of line-up changes to emerge as a dynamic duo (sans capes). With the melodies and power of Royal Blood and Foo Fighters combined, The Survival Code are set to be THE band of 2018 (in kitchens and beyond!)
This. Is. Hypocrisy. The Lyric/music video for this momentous tune, which is making the rounds in politically driven music. The idea of making people aware came from Hitch’s(lead singer) mind, and the passion he uses to drive his projects.
After being urged to learn to play an instrument by his wife, Hitch made every effort he could to practice and learn producing, recording and performing live.
This dark, twisted lyric video includes images to stun, which will make people remember the video and what its trying to get across.
On the eve of their new album’s launch, Heavyball’s jolly nod to the glories of drinking in pubs is just the tonic (and gin) for the festive season. Formed in Nottingham but now based around the UK, Heavyball’s style is honking ska but more especially deeply rooted in the indignities and minutiae of everyday life. Their new album, “When Can You Start?” follows a hapless everyday hero during the last week of his life as an office drone. A tragi-comedy for a new generation, it’s just what you need to reflect and look forward whilst spilling your pint and losing your phone.
It’s nearly 30 years (!) since the grunge movement exploded in Seattle, so it’s well overdue a comeback…if indeed it ever went away. Everyone from Linkin Park to Muse have been influenced by the sound and mayhem of the punk/rock/groove of the bands that emerged in the late 80s and early 90s, so you can expect Ikkarus, a band from Mexico City, to be part of a rock resurgence which pays tribute to losers everywhere!
After watching the video from Norwegian blues-rock tornado, you’ll be running down to your local harmonica shop so you can even attempt to look this cool!
Brought to you by Director James Green, Kid Kapichi’s music video for track ‘Waster‘ is an astonishing take on the Party culture possessed by the youth of today.
With a brilliant performance from lead ‘Waster’ , Sam Woodhams, and even the band themselves making an appearance, this is a video you need to see!
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