Friday Video Roundup: Mick Hayes, The Wild Things, Some Smoking Guys, Vandroya, Faintest Idea, Wage War

Ah… can you see it? That bright shiny light? That’s the weekend and we’re almost there…

Mick Hayes – “Hard 2 Explain”

Hot off the heels of his recognition by The Grammy Awards Committee in 2016 in the “Best Traditional R&B Performance” and “Best R&B Song” categories for his single “For Realski’s”, New York based singer/songwriter Mick Hayes has released the official music video for his newest single, “Hard 2 Explain”.

The Wild Things – “I Think You Can Do Better”

The Wild Things are a four-piece alternative rock band from West London consisting of sister-brother team Sydney and Cameron White, Rob Kendrick and Pete Wheeler. Outside of the band, Rob and Sydney are also accomplished actors. Sydney is best known for her acting work in BBC 4’s Till Death Us Do Part, BBC’s Uncle and Young Dracula, whereas Rob is known for Sky 1’s After Hours and BBC’s The Syndicate.

They guys are back with their latest hard hitting single “I Think You Can Do Better” filled with inner angsty teen nostalgia this track is a call to arms to every generation, a challenge – we can do better.

Some Smoking Guys – “Shiny Day”

Some Smoking Guys released their single “Shiny Day” a few weeks ago, which is composed of two tracks. These tracks sound sometimes pop and sometimes rugged, with a worked melodic line. They show where the band is going but without forgetting their rock roots.

Vandroya – “I’m Alive”

The female fronted progressive power metal band Vandroya just released a lyric video for “I’m Alive”, the first single from their highly anticipated new album Beyond The Human Mind. The album will be released on April 28th in Europe and North America through Inner Wound Recordings.

Faintest Idea – “Part Three: Ouroboros”

Kings Lynn ska-punk outfit, Faintest Idea, are pleased to reveal a new video for “Ouroboros”, the final piece in a trio of feature videos that make up a short film detailing the socio-political issues faced in the UK as a result of the current Conservative government.

Wage War – “Stitch”

Ocala, Florida’s Wage War has unleashed a brand new song called “Stitch”, paired with a heavy-hitting, in-your-face music video. The single is taken from the band’s forthcoming sophomore album, set for release this year.

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