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A Round Up Of The Week’s New Music Video Releases Featuring New Years Day, Trivium And More

Have you been busy with Halloween festivities? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered on the music videos you might’ve missed out on this week!

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This week has well and truly been about Halloween that and Halloween this. With festivities taking up pretty much the entire weekend (and of course all the necessary prep work beforehand) it’s more than likely that you may have missed some of the great new music videos that have been unveiled this week. Fret not, we’ve got you covered though – here’s a few of our favourites for this week.

The Emergency Please – Remember You

The Emergency Please haven’t been a band for all too long, having formed last year, but they’ve already been making waves. With intentions to cross over the sounds of emo-punk with neo-soul and funk, we think they do it pretty damn well. Check out the trio’s new single ‘Remember You’, off their new EP of the same name dropping early November.

New Years Day – Gangsta

There’s no denying we all love a little bit of pop goodness, especially when it’s infused with an edgy twist. New Years Day have released a music video for their Punk Goes Pop cover of Kehlani‘s ‘Gangsta’, with quite a few references back to Suicide Squad (the song is on the movie’s soundtrack).

Trivium – Thrown Into The Fire

Trivium‘s first new material to be released since their 2015 album Silence In The Snow is most definitely something to be celebrated in itself. That’s why it’s been great to have their new album The Sin And The Sentence finally out, and their latest single ‘Thrown In The Fire’ is a great representation.

Feed The Rhino – Heedless

Feed The Rhino‘s new album The Silence will be released in February 2018, and even though that’s still a while away for now we can jam to their new banger of a tune ‘Heedless’. Following the release of the record the band will be touring the UK and we can already tell these shows will be absolute madness.

We Were Sharks – Beyond Repair

Not familiar with We Were Sharks? That’s okay, because now is the time to get acquainted. The pop-punkers recently signed to Victory Records with a new album underway and scheduled to be released next year. If you’re on the look out for a new band to listen, make sure to check out their latest track ‘Beyond Repair’.

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