Thursday Video Roundup: Fire in the Radio, Justin Symbol & The God Bombs, Darko, Papertank, Oceano, Kepler Ten

Busy day today. Must be a Thursday…

Fire in the Radio – “New Air”

Philadelphia-based Fire in the Radio will release their sophomore album New Air on 16th June via Wednesday Records. The album is the follow-up to their 2015 acclaimed record Telemetry and can be pre-ordered now at Bandcamp. Today the band revealed the official video for “New Air” from the upcoming release.

Justin Symbol & The God Bombs – “GΩdhead”

Electronic rock group Justin Symbol & The God Bombs has released the official music video for the title single, “GΩdhead” off of their upcoming second album due out this autumn.

Darko – “Just A Short Line”

Guildford skate-punks Darko are pleased to reveal a new video for “Just A Short Line” – the latest track to be taken from their critically acclaimed debut album Bonsai Mammoth which is out now on Bird Attack Records (US) and Lockjaw Records (UK).

Papertank – “God bless you, wicked”

A few weeks after inking a deal with Division Records (Closet Disco Queen, Impure Wilhelmina, Jonbar Hinge, Rorcal, Shovel, Unfold…), Swiss/French stoner/punk/rock power-trio Papertank just premiered a new official music video for the song “God bless you, wicked” extracted from its debut album Playground coming out on May 5th.

Oceano – “Human Harvest”

Oceano have unleashed a brand new music video for “Human Harvest” the second single to be taken from the band’s highly anticipated upcoming full-length album Revelation. The video was directed by Orie McGinness of Enlighten Creative Studio (Bad Omens, Out Came the Wolves, Escape the Fate).

Kepler Ten – “Swallowtail”

Southampton based prog rock outfit Kepler Ten have unveiled a stunning lyric video to accompany one of their tracks “Swallowtail”, taken from their highly acclaimed debut album Delta-v which is out now via White Star Records.

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