Michigan pop-punk band The Swellers has premiered a new video for their alternative punk anthem "Got Social" from their new album, The Light Under Closed Doors, which is available available for purchase at iTunes, Amazon, Bandcamp, No Sleep Records and local indie retailers.
Watch the new video for "Got Social" now, exclusively at MTVU.com: http://www.mtvu.com/music/the-swellers-got-social/
"Max Moore's (director) vision for this video matched the feeling of the song completely," says guitarist/vocalist Nick Diener. "It encompasses the awkward attempts at coming from obscurity back into the social world. Weird how in our late twenties and early thirties, things can still feel like high school. Even if you can get someone's attention and do something really great, it's history the second the next big thing comes along. What seems like a rather typical party/underdog situation ends up with some beautiful imagery, even some directly coming from our album's artwork, and a feeling of "I've been there"."
The Light Under Closed Doors is The Swellers fourth studio album which was produced by the band and recorded by Marc Hudson (Saves the Day, Taking Back Sunday) at Rancho Recordo in Fenton, MI and with Mark Michalik (Into It. Over It., Fireworks) in Chicago, IL. The album features ten massive punk rock anthems including "Big Hearts," "High/Low," "Should" and "Becoming Self-Aware." Stream The Light Under Closed Doors in its entirety at Billboard.com, http://bit.ly/1aI2aGB.
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