STRIKE ANYWHERE Stands Among the Protestors in New Song "Frontier Glitch"
Viriginia-based punk band Strike Anywhere has been around for 21 years and they're still going strong. Strike Anywhere just released their new EP Nightmares of the West and are streaming their music video for "Frontier Glitch" right now. The video showcases the ongoing protests in the wake of the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and too many others.
"We wanted to write things that we felt really fresh about and that revealed something new," explains vocalist Thomas Barnett. "It was almost like this refresh, this restart, where we found ways to write songs that not only moved us, but also reflected the times and our ages. But we definitely feel inspired, and this record is a platform for us to hopefully – in time – play shows, connect with community, and help keep those little fires lit in ourselves and in others through the music and those shared experiences. These songs are the conversations that we want to have and the feelings that we still really need to share."
Nightmares of the West is available here.