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DS Exclusive: Backdrop Falls (ffo: Alkaline Trio) premiere new music video, “My Own Remains”

Who doesn’t love punk rock from the Southern Hemisphere? The Brazilian pop-punk unit, Backdrop Falls, has an unnerving new music video out set to the single, “My Own Remains”. “My Own Remains” appears on their fresh cut album There’s No Such Place as Home, already streaming on major digital platforms, courtesy of Electric Funeral Records based out of South America. Digipaks and cassettes will become available for worldwide release this week through ten – that’s right, TEN – distributors (Count them!). That’s: Electric Funeral Records (Brazil), Geenger Records (Croatia), Duff Records (Italy), 20 Chords Records (Spain), Infected Records (Portugal), Bomber Music (UK), Razor Records (Argentina), Audioslam (Chile), Mevzu Records (Turkey) and Dinamite Records (USA).

The video takes an unsettling look at the claustrophobic and transmorphic daze of early-twentiesdom, where we all bury off our past selves and settle with the ground in our own remains. Stream “My Own Remains” below



New video from Backdrop Falls – “Out Of My Mess”

Backdrop Falls has just released the music video of “Out of My Mess,” off their latest album There’s No Such Place As Home. The band says the video is a tribute to women, and a mirror of the video “True North” by Bad Religion.

You can watch the brand-new video below.



Backdrop Falls (pop-punk) streams new album “There’s No Such Place As Home”

Brazilian pop-punks Backdrop Falls are streaming their new album, There’s No Such Place As Home, which was released on May 22nd via Electric Funeral Records.

You can give the album a listen below.

Backdrop Falls last released the single “Back Of The Line” in 2017.



Backdrop Falls (pop-punk) streaming new song “Back of the Line”

Brazilian pop-punks Backdrop Falls are streaming their latest single “Back of the Line”.

Check the song out below.

This is the second new single since October from Backdrop Falls, here’s to hoping this leads to a full length album. If your a fan of the Offspring or newer Goldfinger you’ll definitely enjoy these guys.



Introducing Melodic Punk Act: Backdrop Falls (FFO: Useless ID, Pennywise)

Here’s a new band for you fans of melodic skate punk to check out. Brazil’s Backdrop Falls have just released their debut, two-song self-titled EP and I’d say it’s sound falls somewhere between Useless ID and Pennywise. But don’t take my word for it, give both tracks a listen below and judge for yourself.

The band is already working on a new single to be released soon and on a longer EP to be released later this year.