With Bedford rockers SEASONS smashing their way to victory in the most recent video of the week contest here at Rock Sins, its time to find out who will follow them as the next winners. There are the usual five videos waiting for our readers votes below, so lets get onto the contenders.
Known for their expansive and involved videos, US metalcore outfit The Devils Wears Prada are at it again with their latest video for To The Key Of Evergreen. The video tells a tale of love across time and space, with TWDP teaming up once again with one of their favourite directors Maria Juranic to get across a very powerful story. If To The Key Of Evergreen is your favourite this week make sure you vote below!
Part eighties horror, part action film and clocking in at nearly eight minutes long, Californian outfit Death Valley High have put together a mini epic with the video for Warm Bodies. The video is considerably NSFW in places – so don’t say you haven’t been warned. Any fans of American b-movies are likely to love this video, so if it’s your cup of tea – choose Death Valley High as your pick of the week.
With their debut album Nova being released this week, British blues-y rockers Raveneye have plenty of reasons to celebrate. To continue the excitement, they’ve released a brand new video for the track Madeline, which is another song and video this week which finds its roots in love. Anyone who enjoys the video for Madeline, Raveneye are embarking on a huge UK tour in October and November so you won’t have to wait long for a chance to see them in the flesh.
With a video that feels part DIY and part pure Summery vibes (albeit a little late for this years’ Summer), UK punky songstress Louise Distras’ video for Aileen is our next video this week. Having racked up considerable mainstream acclaim and having toured with some very varied artists such as The Red Paintings over the last twelve months, Louise Distras could be many peoples next favourite female singer in waiting, and is definitely someone to keep an eye on.
Last but not least this week are Exeter rockers Glasstide with their new single Be There. Having just released their debut EP “Lights”, Glasstide are hoping to follow in the considerable footsteps of some other bands to have come out of the West Country (Muse anyone?). With catchy songs like this, they’re off to a promising start.
The vote closes at 12pm midday UK time on the 5th of October 2016. There can be only one winner (unless of course, it’s a draw) – so get voting!Sorry, there are no polls available at the moment.