It’s almost like every week is a good week for music, isn’t it? At least, we never have to worry about a shortage of music videos ever being a thing! This week, there have been some stunning releases but we’re back to present you with five you may have missed, but really shouldn’t have. Without further ado…
Terrible Love – Mt. Misery
Having recently come off a tour with Rolo Tomassi, Terrible Love are a true testament to the saying “no rest for the wicked.” The band features members of Goodtime Boys, Bastions and Grappler. This new track of theirs ‘Mt. Misery’ is taken off Change Nothing, the debut EP they released last month.
Oceans Ate Alaska – High Horse
Filmed in beautiful California, this new video is probably a long awaited one for Oceans Ate Alaska fans. “We’re excited to finally release a music video for this crowd favourite. Since we released our debut album Lost Isles we’ve heard you all shouting the lyrics of ‘High Horse’ back to us,” says vocalist James Harrison.
Fatherson – Just Past The Point Of Breaking
Scottish trio Fatherson have unveiled ‘Just Past The Point Of Breaking’, taken off their upcoming sophomore album Open Book. These guys are keeping themselves busy – what with the album release, a handful of Scottish dates and an appearance at T In The Park this summer.
Press To MECO – Autopsy
Press To MECO’s video for ‘Autopsy’ is interesting, to say the least. For starters it’s a very trippy, completely animated video. Luke Caley explains: “We’d considered producing an animated video for quite some time, as there are no restrictions as to what you can do. This video is probably not the first thing a lot of people would have in mind to go with a song like ‘Autopsy’ and it’s open to interpretation. We like people to find their own meanings with our songs and connect with them in whatever way they feel.”
Good Charlotte – Life Changes
Okay, you caught us, this one’s not a music video but it’s yet another banger by Good Charlotte to get you excited for their comeback album. ‘Life Changes’ sounds very much like old-school GC, slightly contrasting the last two tracks they’ve premiered off their upcoming release Youth Authority. This will be the band’s first record since 2010 and will be released via their own indie label MDDN.