Saturday Video Roundup: Dead Frequency, Dark Sarah, Can’t Swim, All Them Witches

Welcome to your weekend… Moshville Times style.

Dead Frequency – “Nobody’s Listening”

With their brand new EP Tough Tracks and Setbacks being released yesterday (18th November) Northamptonshire glam punk rockers Dead Frequency are delighted to announce the release of their new music video. The clip, for their current single “Nobody’s Listening”, sees the band providing some much needed light hearted entertainment alongside their very catchy single.

You can catch the band out on the road at the moment. Support some fledgling talent!

  • 22nd November – Thirsty Scholar, Manchester
  • 23rd November – West Street Live, Sheffield
  • 25th November – The Shed, Leicester
  • 27th November – The Roadhouse, Birmingham
  • 28th November – Mr. Wolf’s, Bristol
  • 6th December – The Sitwell Tavern, Derby – *Just Added*
  • 9th December – The Empire, Coventry

Dark Sarah – “Dance With The Dragon” feat. JP Leppäluoto

The cinematic metal band Dark Sarah just released a music video for the track “Dance With The Dragon” feat. JP Leppäluoto [Charon, Northern Kings] online. The new Dark Sarah album The Puzzle was released yesterday.

Can’t Swim – “Stranger”

Rock band Can’t Swim have surprised fans with a brand new song called “Stranger”. They’ve just added a headline date at The Black Heart in London on the 30th of November, and right now they’re on tour with Boston Manor and Wallflower.

All Them Witches – “Bruce Lee”

Following three European tours in 2016 alone, Nashville-based psych-rock quartet All Them Witches will return with their new album Sleeping Through The War via New West Records on February 24th, 2017.

Lead single “Bruce Lee” is a perfect distillation of their aesthetic – whirlwind guitars, way out vocals and propulsive rhythms that recall Springsteen’s late-night power drives as much as they do Kyuss riding into the blood-red sunset. Speaking of the new video, director Jason Staebler adds:

Bruce Lee is about anxiety taking hold of and following you indiscriminately. The video is meant to represent that idea, the consuming nature of your worries, and the magnification of them in your mind. The creature in pursuit is the personification of your anxiety, who can overcome and control your fate if you let it.

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