Canadian pop-punk outfit LIKE PACIFIC have released a brand new music video!
The new music video, for the track 22A, is taken from the band’s latest album, Distant Like You Asked, which is out now. Speaking about the track, vocalist Jordan Black says, “while recording DLYA, I finished up a session for the night and headed out with some friends. I received a phone call around midnight from my father. He had told me that my grandmother, who I had lived with for the last 5 years, had passed away. This prolonged the recording process by a few weeks. I was very distraught and carried a lot of blame for not being there for her. I decided to scratch the lyrics to one of the last songs we were recording and re-wrote them; Something I never wanted to do but now I feel much better about going through with it. As much as I hate the fact that I had to write this song, I kept it very personal, but open for people to connect with on different levels, whether it’s a friend or a family member. I hope the video does justice, to show how I feel everyday.”
Watch the official music video for 22A here:
Now that the record has been released, the band will support TROPHY EYES alongside performing at this year’s Slam Dunk Festival in May. Tour dates are as follows:
25th May Camden Assembly London
26th May The Attic Glasgow
27th May Slam Dunk Festival Birmingham
28th May Slam Dunk Festival Leeds
29th May Slam Dunk Festival Hatfield
30th May Joiners Southampton
31st May Clwb Ifor Bach Cardiff
Distant Like You Asked is out now via Pure Noise Records.
For more information on LIKE PACIFIC like their official page on Facebook.