GENRE IS DEAD’s Releases Of The Week: Bad Religion, Panic! At The Disco, As It Is and more!
Bad Religion – The Kids Are Alt-Right
Earlier this week LA based punk-band Bad Religion released their newest single “The Kids Are Alt-Right”, together with an animated video in which we see a lot of different alt-right ideologies getting poked fun at. Read more about the video right here!
Panic! At The Disco – Hey Look Ma, I Made It
In celebration of the release of their brand new album Pray For The Wicked, Panic! At The Disco kept the party going by releasing “Hey Look Ma, I Made It”. And what a party it is! One with puppets, record deals, drugs and revelations! Follow singer Brendon Urie transform into a puppet and get dragged along on the fame-train, to realize it has gotten the better part of himself! We absolutely adore it!
As It Is – The Stigma [Boys Don’t Cry]
British rock-band As It Is tackle a powerful subject with their new track “The Stigma [Boys Don’t Cry]”. Both the song and the equally powerful video tackle toxic masculinity. The band hopes to spread the message that it’s perfectly okay to show feelings. “The Stigma [Boys Don’t Cry]” is the second single from the band’s upcoming album The Great Depression, which is out on August 10th!
Florence + The Machine – Big God
English Indie rock-band Florence + The Machine released their new song “Big God” only a few days ago, and also gave us a hauntingly beautiful video to go with it. In the video you can watch vocalist Florence Welch preform a gorgeous modern dance, complete with background dancers. The track “Big God” is about the phenomenal known as ‘ghosting’.
The Knocks – Ride Or Die (featuring Foster The People)
Get your chill and carefree vibes on with “Ride or Die”, The Knocks’ brand new track and video! The New York based electronic pop duo will take you on an adventure, while bringing Foster The People along! The song is laid-back, de-stressing and makes you recline and sit back. It’s perfect for a fine sunday!
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Looking forward to listening to PATD’s new album