Thursday Video Roundup: Bubbles Erotica, Hollowstar, Where Fires Are, I Prevail, Iron Bastards, Karl Phillips & The Rejects

Another six-track line-up to keep you entertained as we approach the weekend…

Bubbles Erotica – “Cloak & Dagger”

Chicago based alternative rock band Bubbles Erotica are ready to re-ignite the flames of the ’90s alternative rock revolution with their debut, self-titled album, which is out now.

Hollowstar – “Holding It Together”

Packed full of storming riffs, with an energetic video to match, Cambridgeshire rockers Hollowstar have just released new single “Holding It Together”. The track offers up hard hitting riffs mixed with a balls to the wall rock and roll attitude that captures the true spirit of what rock is all about.

Where Fires Are – “Die or Survive”

Fresh off their North American trip wowing fans at this year’s Canadian Music Week, Where Fires Are have released the video for their new single “Die or Survive”, taken from their EP One Four Six One, which is out now.

I Prevail – “Come And Get It”

Detroit rock band I Prevail have released a brand new video for their explosive new single, “Come And Get It”. The band will make their UK debut at Slam Dunk Festival later this month, followed by a headline show at Camden’s Underworld on the 31st.

Iron Bastards – “Rock O’Clock”

In order to celebrate the reissue of their second filthy album Fast & Dangerous as limited LP edition through Hell Prod (Los Disidentes del Sucio Motel), the French fast and dirty rockers Iron Bastards just unveiled a brand new official music video for the song “Rock O’Clock”.

Karl Phillips & The Rejects – “Plastic Gangsta”

Ska collides with punk guitar riffs and mad rapping skills on the newest single from Midlands, UK based, 7 piece rock band Karl Phillips And The Rejects, “Plastic Gangsta”. Releasing May 10th with introductory spins on BBC1 Radio, “Plastic Gangsta,” which shows Karl Phillips following a young gangster as he goes about his day posturing and generally making a fool of himself, will be available to download on May 19th via Medical Records.

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