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Sydney Punks FANGZ Drop Powerful New Music Video


FANGZ, the punks from Down Under, reveal their ominous new video for ‘I Don’t Like Me’ – Check it out, play it loud!

Sydney-based punk quartet FANGZ have just unveiled their neoteric clip for their latest single ‘I Don’t Like Me’ – shot and directed by Rhys Bennett (Polish ClubBootleg RascalTotallyUnicorn).

Leaning into the track’s theme, the accompanying visual sees the protagonist (played by guitarist Sam Sheumack) switch frenetically between himself and an inner demon, which symbolises the hidden struggles of self-doubt and mental health issues.

Sheumack talks about the production process behind ‘I Don’t Like Me’…

It was an incredibly enjoyable challenge to step out from behind the safety of my guitar to create two different personalities. Fortunately, my partner is an amazingly talented SFX makeup artist, which made the transition super easy.”

Although battling against an unforgiving global pandemic, FANGZ has maintained their resilience and continued on throughout 2021 with great strides. They sold out all shows on their ‘SelfMedicate’ tour, making appearances across NSW, ACT, VIC and QLD. In the live arena, the band has also supported Comeback Kid (CAN), Cancer Bats (CAN), GyroscopeTotallyUnicorn and Bare Bones.

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