Your new favorite Asian rock act Bruised Willies out of Singapore have unveiled a brand new music video for a track off their upcoming EP. If any of you have been following this band like we have, brace yourselves for a whole different sound. People hate using the word “mature” when it comes to follow up releases – but goddamn, that’s the best word to describe how different this sounds in all its Weezer/Foo Fighters embracing glory! First of all, the track itself is catchy enough that you’re going to be repeating this song for days. But then the opening lyrics has us hooked “All my friends are doing better than me…it’s not that I don’t want them to be happy, I just wish there was more for me…” – this coming from the guy who fronted incredible Singapore band The Caulfield Cult who suddenly called it quits earlier this year. Homie – we love everything you do – and if the rest of the EP, entitled Dark Humor out on Dangerous Goods in August, is on par with this one track, GREAT shit is coming your way.
Check out the video and the track below and keep yourself up to date with the band here:
Photo by ridwan zulkifli