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Who Released Music Videos This Week? We’ve Got You Covered – Featuring Lonely The Brave, Evarose And More

In another edition of the week’s best music videos, we present you with stellar tracks from the likes of Lonely The Brave and Evarose.

Source: YouTube Screenshot

Source: YouTube Screenshot

This week we’ve been treated to some pretty badass new music, with great music videos to boot. For our latest round up, MOSH have collected some fantastic tunes to set you off for the weekend, including some videos by the likes of Lonely The Brave, Evarose and even Danny Worsnop‘s new solo track.

Fangclub – Bullet Head
Irish trio Fangclub have revealed the title track of their forthcoming EP release Bullet Head, due to drop May 13th. If this single is anything to go by, we’re definitely keen to hear what else the young band have got in store with the new record.

Chisel Beeches – You’re Boring
“You’re Boring is about a girl who is drawn to guys that are, by their very nature, definitely not good for her. In the case of this video the guy is a werewolf. It’s a pretty subtle metaphor,” shares Chisel Beeches frontman Steve McDonagh. Has someone been watching too much Teen Wolf? All’s forgiven though, as this is an absolute tune.

Evarose – Glitch
Things had been pretty quiet from camp Evarose for a while but the Oxfordshire quartet are back with their latest single ‘Glitch’, a nice little teaser for their anticipated debut full-length release. The band will also be playing a one-off headline show in London on July 8th at The Garage.

Danny Worsnop – Out Without You
‘Out Without You’ shows us a glimpse of a very different side of Danny Worsnop than we’re used to, and what a great way to show off those pipes! This track is taken off The Prozac Sessions, Danny’s solo debut. With the release date still TBD, be sure to keep your eyes peeled.

Lonely The Brave – Rattlesnakes
If there’s anything that will get you excited about Lonely The Brave‘s May 20th release Things Will Matter, it will be ‘Rattlesnakes’. Sophomore albums always come with mounting pressure, but Lonely The Brave give a clear reminder that they’re here to stay for at least a little while longer.

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