Here at Dying Scene we are proud of what gets cooked up in our kitchen, and I would be lying if I said we weren’t equally proud of what gets stirred up elsewhere as well.
But you all know this already, and today we are thrilled to bring you this exclusive lyric video straight from our shitter to yours.
Only On Weekends (Jersey Pop Punk) is premiering their new on-the-Lou point-of-view lyric video for the song “Voices” off their new album “Another Wasted Night” which releases on August 24th. Accompanying this catchy pop punk sad song about thinking too much, and overcoming the struggles of self-doubt is a perfectly well thought-out visual spectacle, and props to the location finder! I mean, seriously though, when was the last time YOU were able to make a roll of toilet paper last that long? These boys from Jersey… I mean, Philly… have packed about as much fun as anyone cares to see in a bathroom stall on this one.
Their last release, “Light Years and Heavy Lifting” came out in 2014 and was appropriately reviewed for its clever catchiness, with its Saves The Day-esque tonalities and well produced by Fred Mascherino (Taking Back Sunday). “Another Wasted Night” follows on its heals, this time engineered by Jesse Cannon (The Menzingers, Saves The Day, The Cure), and we are starting to get the impression that Only On Weekends knows exactly what they are doing. Sounds good, guys!
Check out the upcoming tour dates and stream “Voices” below… and, uh, don’t forget to flush.
Ah, jeez… Hey, can someone pass me some tipee?… Anybody?