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Music Video Premiere: Project Revise (pop-punk) stream “Time Will Carry You”

Worchestershire punks, Project Revise are unveiling a new music video via Dying Scene today. “Time Will Carry You” is a goofball rendition of the timeless tale of man’s ambition gone mad, and playing God with punk rock forces we can’t even begin to comprehend… hell, I’m still trying to figure out what’s going on this hilarious new video. Whatever it is, we’re all pretty excited about it… like, jumping-up-and-down-and-flailing-our-hands-around excited.

Project Revise goes well with Goldfinger and New Found Glory, so long as they are “completely operational and all of [their] circuits are functioning perfectly.”

“Time Will Carry You” was originally released on their EP, Songs That Sound Like Songs, in December of 2017. Since that time, they’ve sold out of the original, put out a video for every track on the album and re-issued an extended edition. This band likes to be in front of the camera, and I’m sure there will be plenty more of this awesome wholesome goodness coming our way in the near future. So stay tuned – and don’t worry crusties, I’m not talking about your instruments.

This is a good video for pop-punk and sci-fi junkies alike. Stream “Time Will Carry You” below.



Project Revise premiere new music video for “Three Long Years” (ffo: Goldfinger, NFG)

There’s a new pop/skate punk crossover band out of Worcestershire, UK that has released a plethora of production-value music videos in the past year-and-a-half since they dropped their debut EP, Songs That Sound Like Songs, in December of 2017. Project Revise offers riff-driven and effervescent pop punk with catchy hooks and visceral harmonies, and given the proper decibel range seems perfectly fit for enrapturing large audiences in a festival environment.

Their newest release is a music video for the second song off that EP, “Three Long Years”. It differs, somewhat, stylistically than some of the band’s other tunes, which definitely tip-toe the lines of pop-punk/emo and skate rock. “Three Long Years” falls solidly in the latter category. Check out that video below.

When Project Revise isn’t on set they like to spend their time playing shows across the U.K. and writing song’s for their second scheduled EP, which will begin production in February, this year of our lord 2019. I, for one, can’t wait! Peace!