Video Premiere: The Survival Code – The Innocent

The Survival Code continue their upward trajectory with the release of their blistering new single and lyric video, “The Innocent”, out now. The track is taken from the band’s latest EP, Crosses To Carry, Coffins To Fill, which is out now through Good Deeds Music.

If you are new to the The Survival Code, then you’ve been missing out. The band are a London-based rock twosome with an unbridled passion for riffs, soaring melodies and insane drums. Praised for their driven and energetic live performances, the two-piece serve up intense and muscular rock cuts that bury themselves deep into your senses. To date, the duo have racked up rampant support from many industry tastemakers, picking up exposure from Kerrang!, Classic Rock, Powerplay, Fireworks Magazine, and Rock Sound Magazine, as well as widespread radio support from Kerrang! Radio and Planet Rock.

The twosome’s current EP, Crosses to Carry, Coffins to Fill, has also picked up extensive praise. Vocalist and guitarist Gary McGuiness comments about the release:

The new EP mixes all the catchiness and impact of our last album and blends that with our energy packed style which we always bring live,but hasn’t always translated into the recorded music. The energy and live performance is so much a part of the DNA of the band and having that on the record captures exactly what TSC is all about.

The Survival Code will continue their ascent with the release of a series of videos to coincide with the EP, as well as a string tour dates:


  • 23rd – Bunkhouse, Swansea
  • 24th – Fuel, Cardiff
  • 25th – Slaughtered Lamb, London
  • 26th – The Hope & Ruin, Brighton
  • 28th – The Tin At The Coal Vaults
  • 29th – Chameleon, Nottingham
  • 30th – Castle Hotel, Manchester
  • 31st – Outpost, Liverpool


  • 2nd – Old England, Bristol
  • 3rd – Suburbia, Southampton

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