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The Latest Music Videos To Kick Off Your 2018 Right Featuring Tonight Alive, Tiny Moving Parts & More

First week into the year and we’ve already been spoiled with quite a few new tracks. Catch up with some of MOSH’s favourite music videos to be released this week.

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Tonight Alive – Disappear (feat. Lynn Gunn)

‘Disappear’ is Tonight Alive‘s third single to be released off their upcoming album Underworld, which is out on 12th January. The single follows the previously released ‘Temple’ and ‘Crack My Heart’ and “is a song about the escapist inside all of us. As you can expect from Tonight Alive, the lyrics discuss freedom, but this time with a flavour of anonymity and detachment.”

Phil Campbell And The Bastard Sons – Welcome To Hell

Former Motorhead guitarist Phil Campbell and the Bastard Sons have released their latest music video for ‘Welcome To Hell’. The track is a teaser of the band’s forthcoming debut album The Age Of Absurdity, the title of which is “inspired by the crazy world we live in today.”

Judas Priest – Lightning Strike

Following their release of a teaser of the track, Judas Priest have unveiled their latest music video for ‘Lightning Strike’. The band’s 18th record Firepower, slated for release on 9th March. The release will be supported by a North American tour as well as festivals in Europe this summer including an appearance at Bloodstock Festival on 10th August.

Tiny Moving Parts – Applause

Ahead of the release of their album Swell, Minnesota trio Tiny Moving Parts have just released the music video for their new song ‘Applause’. The video sees the band partying it up and jamming on a ship and trust us, it’s fun to watch.

Set It Off – Hourglass Love

Set It Off‘s latest track ‘Hourglass Love’ is a special one because it is one that was written with the help of their fans. With over 1,000 people submitting lyric ideas the band took their favourite ones that would fit together the most. We think the idea is brilliant and the result is pretty awesome too.

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