Pop punk band Settle Your Scores debuted its latest single and video this week.
The band premiered its new single, ‘1999,’ and its companion video Tuesday. The song is the lead single from the band’s forthcoming, as-yet-untitled album. The song’s musical arrangement immediately lends itself to works from the likes of Sum 41, Good Charlotte, and All Time Low while its lyrical theme clearly delivers a fond reminiscing of days gone by.
The video features the band — Christian Fisher (vocals), Ricky Uhlenbrock (guitar, vocals), Patrick Bryant (guitar), Jeffrey Borer (bass, vocals), and Caleb Smith (drums, percussion) — performing its new single in an apartment setting. One scene feature the band in a rehearsal space in the setting that is lined with posters featuring pop culture icons from the 90s. Among those icons are Blink-182, Nickelodeon’s classic Nicktoons cartoon characters, and everyone’s favorite fearsome deadman, Beetlejuice.
The other scene features Fisher (sporting an All That t-shirt) and one of his band mates enjoying huge bowls of sugary cereal as the warm remembrance of better days plays over the visuals.
‘1999’ is Settle Your Scores’ first single with the independent record label Mutant League Records. The band recently signed a record deal with the label. Specifics of the deal were not announced.
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