Sunday, April 5, 2020
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Thursday Video Roundup: Less Than Jake, Sari Schorr, The Silence Factory, Tigercub, Persefone

Anyone else read this stuff? Anyone? Meh. I guess you’re just here for the tunes… Five today as James just bullied me into including Persefone’s new single.

Less Than Jake – “Bomb Drop”

Influential Gainesville punk band Less Than Jake have released a new music video for “Bomb Drop”. The track is taken from new EP, Sound The Alarm, which is out now via Pure Noise Records and which Amy reviewed recently.

Sari Schorr – “Aunt Hazel” (Live in Holland 2017)

To promote her upcoming tour with The Engine Room, Sari Schorr has released this live clip recorded in Holland. Tickets are on sale now.

The Silence Factory – “High”

Windsor rock band The Silence Factory has released the Official Video for “High”, the second single off of their upcoming EP due out later this year.

Tigercub – “Control”

Ahead of their own February EU headline tour dates, burgeoning Brighton alt-noise-pop trio Tigercub are pleased to announce they will be joining Pulled Apart By Horses as main support on their March/April UK tour dates alongside Thee MVPS, adding to their increasingly busy 2017 with a handful of festival appearances also revealed.

Tickets are on sale now via their facebook page.

Persefone – “Prison Skin”

Progressive metal act Persefone releases an animated video for the song “Prison Skin”. It´s the first single out from the already critical acclaimed album Aathma that will be in stores worldwide on February 24. Persefone´s own words about the song:

It’s been some time since we finished and mixed the album. Although we couldn’t wait to share this music with everyone, some steps have to be followed before the release. The wait is almost over. During this time we have had the chance to witness a highly appreciated feedback from media and now we are ready to finally show you the first single from AATHMA. The single “Prison skin” is the first full track of the album and makes a musical statement about how the album will develop musically and sets the mood for the lyrical concept. It was supposed to be a lyric video in the beginning, but the people behind this creation did such a great job that we decided to go with just the animation part. But please, make sure you read the lyrics as you listen to the music, because one part meets the other to bring this concept to live. Thanks for the patience, love and support.

Note that the video features flickering images that MAY CAUSE SEIZURES in those prone to such things.

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