Beach Slang Release New Music Video For “Punks In A Disco Bar”
Beach Slang Release New Music Video For “Punks In A Disco Bar”
Posted 08/04/2016

Beach Slang has released a brand new music video for “Punks In A Disco Bar,’ taken from their new album, A Loud Bash of Teenage Feelings, out 9/23.

Frontman James Alex gave director Jason Lester minimal notes: The 1970s, super 8mm, outsider kids, weirdo art and California. Lester immediately came up with an idea that turned into what he calls "a gritty, cinematic collage of Americana, debauchery and youth.”

Watch the video below or via NPR Music here.

NPR Music raves about “Punks In A Disco Bar”: “Packed with charred guitar riffs, seething feedback and heart-rate-raising drum fills, the song is another of Alex's unifying anthems. Influenced by the stories of countless fans whom the band (including bassist Ed McNulty and guitarist Ruben Gallego) met during a tumultuous year on the road, the song earnestly touches on the energy and alienation of youth, and on rising above our struggles together.”

Pre-orders for A Loud Bash of Teenage Feelings are available now. Grab the Early Bird Edition vinyl, CD, Tape, or Digital here.