Rare Americans continue the trend of their steady stream of music video releases with their new visual “Night After Night.”
Rare Americans enjoy and draw inspiration from the likes of the Arctic Monkeys, Modest Mouse, Bad Religion and Run the Jewels. Stylistic elements from these artists are evident in the unique blend of indie and alternative sound from Rare Americans.
“Night After Night” pulls back the curtain on the Vancouver-based pop-punkers recording process. Giving insight into their studio sessions Rare Americans, who have been garnering millions of views on their videos over the past month, show viewers ‘how the magic happens’.
A fitting title for their latest release, “Night After Night” is just the most recent in a seemingly endless stream of catchy pop-punk tracks. All of the recent releases will be featured on their forthcoming self-titled album Rare Americans, due out 8/10.
Rare Americans, Two Canadian Priestner brothers who’d never written a song together until a year ago and a crazy Slovakian guitar virtuoso named Lubo. Go figure. Not crooked in the sense they’re criminals, in fact, they barely have a speeding ticket between them. Crooked in the sense that they see the world a little crooked, telling stories with slants. Rare Americans sing for characters who rarely take the straight path. Catchy because they like catchy music and this way if no one else likes it at least they can enjoy belting out these classics at family dinner. That’s highly unlikely, however, this record is fucking good.
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