Chicago pop-punk realists Knuckle Puck have hit us square in the feels all over again – this time it’s via the rousing video for their single, Pretense. The soaring track is taken from their debut full length, Copacetic, which was released last summer via Rise Records.
Speaking about the video, Knuckle Puck singer Joe Taylor says: “We went to Canada a few weeks ago to shoot this music video for Pretense with Miguel Barbosa and YEAH! Films. It was an incredible experience and the video turned out to be one of the favourites we’ve made so far. The past six months following Copacetic have been great ones and we’re so glad that so many fans are supporting us and this release. We’ll be touring in the States, Europe, and Australia throughout the rest of 2016, and we hope to see you there.”
You can watch the video for Pretense below – via Kerrang.com
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