Punk Rock Band The Noname Drop Music Video For ‘Dragon Spirit’ [China]

Chinese punk rock band The Noname have been straight-slaying it in 2021. We’ve written about them so often and it’s because every few weeks they have something new to celebrate or release. Today we’re here to drop the band’s music video for the song Dragon Spirit which they released a few months ago. The band has also been celebrating the release of their double-LP in honor of their 20 year anniversary. You can pick up that bad boy HERE. The label releasing the record Smith & Miller Records had this to say:

“THE NONAME combine their Oi! with UK’82 PunkCore, like to practice the harder variant in the street music sector. The songs on their anniversary album are mainly uptempo, sounding like slowed down AGNOSTIC FRONT (“Gotta go”-phase) meets THE PARTISANS or like studs-filled CASUALTIES/TOTAL CHAOS style. In between again and again rousing singalongs and thus clearly THE CLASH/RANCID (including dominant bass line) parallels. This variety already results from the arrangement: The 20 songs come from the CD-only fund of the “Kungfu Punx” from Xi’an, partly look back on a 20-year history.”

The band has always ruled – go support ’em!

The band will be releasing a brand new single in July – keep a lookout HERE.


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