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Friday, May 29, 2020

New Years Day - "Skeletons (Radio Edit)" [Rock & Alternative]

Skeletons (Radio Edit)

"Skeletons (Radio Edit)" music video by New Years Day
Added: 29-05-2020
Genre : Rock & Alternative
Description : New Years Day - Skeletons (Radio Edit) (Official Video)

Official video for "Skeletons" (Radio Edit), directed by Galileo Mondol & Ash Costello
Filmed at YouTube in California
Makeup by Erin Nakashima

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Employing an opulent mix of spirited pop-punk and flamboyant, goth-tinged stadium rock, New Years Day invokes the dark pageantry of artists like Evanescence, Garbage, Alkaline Trio, and Motionless in White. The band formed in 2005 when bassist and primary songwriter Adam Lohrbach left the long-running first-generation pop-punk act Home Grown to form his own group. Featuring singer Ashley Costello (who usually goes by just "Ash"), guitarist and keyboardist Keith Drover, guitarist Mike Schoolden, and drummer Russell Dixon, New Years Day began gigging locally and building up an online presence via MySpace and other social networking sites.

Still delivering their theatrical brand of pop-punk, the lineup of Costello, Burgess, Rossi, and guitarist Nikki Misery performed in another Warped Tour and delivered the LP Malevolence in 2015, followed by the band's first headlining tour. By the time of 2018's Diary of a Creep EP, Costello had repopulated New Years Day with an entirely new lineup. They returned in 2019 with their fourth full-length, Unbreakable. Included on the album was the single "Come for Me." Early the next year, in celebration of their first decade as a group, New Years Day released a limited-edition box set titled Through the Years that collected all seven of their albums and EPs on vinyl, as well as a Blu-ray of their music videos and a picture book of band photos.

Tags : 2020, 20s, New Years Day