California's Joyce Manor release a new music video for 'NBTSA', from their latest album ’40 oz. To Fresno’ which is out now - plus UK summer show dates announced!
Indie/pop-punk staples Joyce Manor are back with a brand new music video for their song “NBTSA” from critically acclaimed sixth studio album ‘40 oz. To Fresno’. With cheeky lyrics and high energy clocking in at just over a minute long, Never Be The Same Again harks back to their early days, with a matching low-res video featuring the guys having fun on tour!
Still riding the post-show high of their monumental Long Beach Arena set, the video’s footage depicts heartfelt moments and goofy antics from the band as they explore the venue and celebrate the occasion with friends and family.
Since forming in 2008 in a Disneyland parking lot, the Southern California pop-punk trio has been capturing listeners’ attention through catchy-yet-thought provoking lyrics and frenetic shows. Although they have an established sound that reflects the innate energetic and gritty nature of the band that fans have come to expect, they push the limits by experimenting throughout the recording process.
Their 6th studio album, ‘40 oz. To Fresno‘ (released June 2022), was produced by Rob Schnapf (Elliott Smith, Tokyo Police Club, and Joyce Manor’s ‘Cody’,) and mixed by Tony Hoffer (Beck, Phoenix) with Tony Thaxton of Motion City Soundtrack on drums. A sense of liberation lies at the core of this project. It’s strangely fitting that the title was taken from an auto-corrected text message about Sublime, but those types of happy accidents are all over ‘40 oz. To Fresno‘ – and worth the subsequent sonic hangover.
Joyce Manor is: Barry Johnson (vocals/guitar), Chase Knobbe (guitar), and Matt Ebert (bass)
Main Photo Credit: JOYCE MANOR
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Jul. 8 2023 – The Garage, London UK
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