Today’s collection of videos is very special because it’s Mrs Mosh’s birthday! OK, the videos are the usual great mix of new tunes, they’ve just got added icing and candles.
Chambers – “Sister Doom”
Hull and Leeds-based duo Chambers are pleased to reveal the video for their latest single “Sister Doom” out now via I’m Not From London Records.
Iron Reagan – “A Dying World”
Richmond’s Iron Reagan have shared a new music video for “A Dying World” the opening track off their new album Crossover Ministry. The video is directed by Dennis Williford and shot at President’s Park in Williamsburg, Virginia.
Critics – “All I Wanna Know”
Welcome London dirt-pop trio Critics. Managed by the same team who manages Biffy Clyro in the US, the band will support punk-rockers Vukovi through the UK in March.
Nobody Move – “Toothache”
Bustling out of a city with vast musical history with a sound influenced by pop rock and pop punk alike, Chicago pop rockers Nobody Move is hoping their new single “Toothache” follows in the footsteps of their first hit singles “Starless Sky” and “Hips”. “Toothache” and “Hips” will both be featured on the band’s forthcoming label debut, entitled Science Fiction, that should be released this summer.
Rudra – “Seer of All”
Rudra have been struggling since 1992 and this is their eighth full length album. This year marks the band’s 25 years of existence.
Energy – “The Witching Hour”
Following on from the UK release of the critically acclaimed album Apparition Sound the brand new single, “The Witching Hour” is a continuation of frontman, Tank’s full creative vision for the future of Energy.