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Last Week’s Music Videos You Shouldn’t Miss Out On Featuring Bleed From Within And Stick To Your Guns

Need a quick catch up on all the sick music videos that have been recently released? Fret not, here’s a list of our favourites from the past week.

Bleed From Within

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This past week we’ve had a whole bunch of new music videos being released and it’s gotten to that time of year when there’s plenty of album releases and tours going on that it might be difficult to keep track. Check out what new releases we’ve been jamming to in the past week below.

Reigning Days – Inhaler

Devonshire trio Reigning Days have recently premiered their latest single ‘Inhaler’ and have released a music video to go along with it. Vocalist Dan said: “‘Inhaler’ was one of the later songs written for the album and it bridges the light and dark elements that typify the album’s sound. We love playing it live as the audience seem to get its energy and vibe and throw themselves into it”.

Bleed From Within – Afterlife

Bleed From Within‘s upcoming album Era is releasing on 6th April, and the Scottish quintet have now revealed the second track to be lifted from the album. The music video for ‘Afterlife’ was directed by guitarist Craig Gowans, and you can check it out below.

Stick To Your Guns – The Reach For Me: “Forgiveness of Self”

Of Stick To Your Guns‘ newest track, Jesse Barnett says: “This is one of my favorite songs on the record, so it seemed like an obvious choice to make a video for it. When I was writing this song I was really taking inventory of my life, which forced me to go back all the way to when this band started when I was high school. The fact that I was able to do this video with one of my high school friends made the whole thing so special for me. Shout out to Adam Villasenor. Hope you enjoy it.”  Give it a watch below.

Happy. – Don’t Overdose and Drive

Happy. recently released their infectious debut EP The Endless Bummer to much success. Now the four-piece are back and geared with another great tune in the form of ‘Don’t Overdose and Drive’, which was engineered by Will Pugh of Cartel and mastered by Cameron Boucher of Sorority Noise.

Carry The Crown – Hold Me

Carry The Crown‘s latest song ‘Hold Me’ is taken from their recently released EP Not Alone. This release comes before the band head out on tour in May with Kill The Ideal. Check it out below and catch them on one of the upcoming dates.

Queen Kwong – One Lung

Queen Kwong will be making a return this April with the release of their new album Love Me To Death. In the lead up to it, they’ve unveilved ‘One Lung’. The video for the track was produced with an all-female production team as frontwoman Carré Callaway was inspired after being sexually harassed and berated by a group of men in another band. Here’s the thought provoking video below.

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