Karma Kids Debuts Addresses Social Justice Reform In ‘Burn Rinse Repeat’ Video

Courtesy: Legends Recordings

Karma Kids debuted the video for its latest single this week.

The band premiered the video for its new single, ‘Burn Rinse Repeat’ Friday. The song is the third single from the band’s new album Vibes, which is available now through Legends Recordings. The premiere of the new video/song follows that of the album’s other singles, ‘Nightmare‘ and ‘Nothing Left To Lose.’

The musical arrangement featured in ”Burn Rinse Repeat’ is an emo-punk style composition. The production and the song’s general sound makes the song infectious in the contemplative mood that they set. There is almost a sort of Linkin Park type of sound and style to make a comparison.

The lyrical theme featured in ‘Burn Rinse Repeat’ is a social commentary, according to comments from front man Jon Benjamin.

“‘Burn Rinse Repeat’ was written with the BLM protests fresh in mind last summer,” he said. “We demand a reformation of law enforcement and our social systems. Eyes are being opened and voices are being heard. This is only the beginning of a massive social change in the right direction!”

The video that accompanies the song illustrates Benjamin’s statements. It presents the band performing its new single against the backdrop of footage of the protests that made headlines nationwide last yer.

More information on Karma Kids’ new single, video and album is available along with all of the band’s latest news and more at:



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