The official music video for "SOS", the title track of the ninth studio album from the Swedish skate-punk band MILLENCOLIN, can be seen below. The clip was directed and edited by guitarist Erik Ohlsson at Eckhouse Design.
Due on February 15, 2019 via Epitaph, the follow-up to 2015's "True Brew" was recorded at the group's own Soundlab Studios in Örebro, Sweden and was mixed by Jens Bogren at Fascination Street Studios. It was produced by vocalist/bassist Nikola Sarcevic and guitarist Mathias Färm, with all artwork and photography created by Ohlsson.
Says Sarcevic: "We're a band truly formed from respect and understanding for each other and our passion for rock music. If you ask us, this is the best job in the world."
"SOS" track listing:
01. SOS 02. For Yesterday 03. Nothing 04. Sour Days 05. Yanny & Laurel 06. Reach You 07. Do You Want War 08. Trumpets & Poutine 09. Let It Be 10. Dramatic Planet 11. Caveman's Land 12. Carry On
MILLENCOLIN has announced its first 2019 festival appearances, including Belgium's Groezrock, Austria's Nova Rock and Germany's Mission Ready.
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