"Everything I Ever Loved" from the debut EP/Digital "Familiar Faces" available 06/23/2015
Edmonton pop punk unit Nothing Gold Can Stay don't ask for much, noting in their bio that they just "want to play you cool punk songs and then hang out." The band are currently prepping a new set of those tunes with the upcoming release of their Familiar Faces EP, but before it arrives, Exclaim! has got the video premiere for the latest single "Everything I've Ever Loved."
The video sees the five-piece busting out their blend of crunchy guitars, bounce-along drums and melodic vocals in a garage. The footage flips between straightforward camerawork and shots from a fish-eye lens to add a bit of visual interest.
Familiar Faces officially lands on June 23, after which Nothing Gold Can Stay will be heading out on a tour of Eastern Canada. You can keep an eye on the band's Facebook page for details. For now, though, give the brand new video for "Everything I've Ever Loved" a watch in the player above. -- Exclaim!
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