Offspring, Lacey Sturm, Royal Blood & More; Check Out These New Rock Music Videos NOW!

We have a slew of new kick-ass music videos for you to check out below! This is the exact kind of post to get you rocking thru Friday and into the Holiday weekend!

Royal Blood – Limbo 

Brighton duo Royal Blood comprising drummer Ben Thatcher and bassist/vocalist Mike Kerr formed at the beginning of 2013. They quickly made their presence known, with pounding drums and heavily distorted bass guitar defining characteristics of their ferocious blues-rock sound. The band gained many plaudits early in their career, touring with the likes of Arctic Monkeys, Iggy Pop and Foo Fighters, before going on to win Best British Group at the Brits in 2015 receiving their trophy from their musical hero and admirer Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page. Their catalogue boasts the Mercury Prize nominated self-titled debut album released in 2014 that spawned hits such as “Out of the Black, “Little Monster:, “Come On Over” and “Figure it Out”, as well as their second successive UK number one album “How Did We Get So Dark?” released in 2017 which featured “Lights Out” and “I Only Lie When I Love You”.

The Offspring – Let The Bad Times Roll 

The official music video for The Offspring’s “Let The Bad Times Roll”. Get the new song and pre-save the upcoming album LET THE BAD TIMES ROLL now at https://found.ee/OffspringBadTimesRoll​ Our tenth studio album ‘Let The Bad Times Roll’ will be available everywhere on April 16, 2021!

Imagine Dragons – Follow You

“Follow You” was inspired by frontman Dan Reynolds‘ relationship with his wife Aja Volkman. Reynolds wrote the song soon after receiving a “life-changing” text from Volkman, having not spoken to her in seven months, while on his way to finalize their divorce. About the writing process, he revealed, “I wrote ‘Follow You’ after we got back together. I wanted it to represent a love that is realistic. One where love isn’t perfect but it endures”.

Lacey Sturm – State of Me

“Choosing life is violent in that we reject every subtle form of suicide, every eternal death choice that would try to disorient, distract and seduce us away,” says Lacey, who lost someone close to her in this season and has herself narrowly escaped suicide twice in her life. “Eternal life starts in our soul. So look at the state of it. And if you see eternal death, be violent against it, cut off every temporary thing that would bring that into your heart and reach out and cling to eternal life, even if it costs you this temporary one.” Lacey Sturm during an interview with Loudwire.



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