|Against Me! post new video|
2011-07-12 by Davey Boy STAFF | 18 Replies | 2329 Views
Gainesville punk-rockers Against Me! have posted the official video for their new single 'Because of the Shame'.
The song is taken from their fifth studio album, 2010's White Crosses
people say they changed but I think this song is cool.
Digging: Waxahatchee - American Weekend
They have changed... But this song is still cool.
Best Song on the album
The meaning and situation behind the song get me every time.
One of the better songs from White Crosses for sure
Digging: Tenement - Napalm Dream
one of the better songs tom gabel has written in general imo. i've always loved this song
It was definitely my favorite song on the album. The video is cool too. Common Grounds was an awesome venue. Also, Warren's restaurant, Boca Fiesta, can be seen at 2:51. :D
Digging: RVIVR - The Beauty Between
I was at this show, it was in fact the best show ever
you can't ever see me in the video, I figured at the end when everyone piled on the stage you would but eh.
song is amazing.
white crosses is pretty underrated.
love this song
Does anyone know if Sire backed this video? or if against me handled it independently?
regardless, it's great to see the band having fun and enjoying playing music, despite the harsh comments of dire anarcho fans. that itself is truly punk. Afterall, punk isn't only what you write down on a lyrics sheet.
THEY TOTALLY SOLD OUT THE SCENE
wtf why doesn't this sound like crime ep 1/5
everything after vivida vis is shit
pretty sure it was just them, before the show you could see tom get out of the car with the director after they had done some pre-shoot stuff.
I meant did Sire pay for this? It seems odd how after they drop the label, they release a video for a song on the label's release. don't get me wrong I'm no legal expert and I may be a tad biased against mainstream labels, but shouldn't Sire own the exclusive rights to the song?
They wouldn't be able to release White Crosses/Black Crosses on their own label if they didn't own the music I surmise. Its not uncommon for a bands contract to stipulate they own the rights to the music.