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This Week’s Soundtrack – New Tracks From Cane Hill, The Hostiles And More

From a creepy Cane Hill video to some pop rock goodness from Nineteen Fifty Eight, we’ve got you covered for the best of this week’s music videos.

Source: YouTube Screenshot

Source: YouTube Screenshot

It’s that time of week – MOSH are back for our weekly round up of all the music videos that have been dropped in the past week. You may have noticed there were quite a few, but here are some you might have missed, but really shouldn’t have.

Cane Hill – (The New) Jesus
This video really isn’t for the faint hearted. You have been warned – there’s a lot of blood and err, clowns. The song ‘(The New) Jesus’ is taken off Cane Hill‘s upcoming debut album Smile, releasing this July 15th. In anticipation of the album release, you’ll be able to catch the band support Memphis May Fire on May 31st at London’s Electric Ballroom, so be sure to check them out.

The Hostiles – To Err Is Human
Here’s something you don’t get to hear everyday. To say The Hostiles have a unique sound would be an understatement – somehow they’ve managed to combine ska with trumpets and trombones, and make it work. Check out their latest track ‘To Err Is Human’.

Nineteen Fifty Eight – It’s All You
Welsh quintet Nineteen Fifty Eight released their debut EP last year after only forming in 2013, and we’re absolutely digging their latest single ‘It’s All You’. It’s a fun poppy track that’s bound to get stuck in your head for hours; looks like 2016 will be a great year for the young band.

IDestroy – State Of The Art
IDestroy‘s new music video was filmed in Hydra Bookshop Bristol, where they also launched their new EP Vanity Loves Me earlier this year. Check out their new track ‘State Of The Art’, before the band head out on a UK tour in support of their EP release starting April 30th in Stalybridge.

Saosin – Control And The Urge To Pray
After announcing their reunion with original vocalist Anthony Green, Saosin haven’t wasted any time at all. The band announced the release of their new album Along The Shadow for May 20th via Epitaph, and now just in time for their upcoming sold out London show at O2 Academy Islington, the band have unveiled the third track off the impending record.

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