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PREMIERE: This Burning Age Release New Music Video For “Tatterdemalion”

Moving forward from the 60s Beatles harmonies, This Burning Age are back with their new trippy music video for “Tatterdemalion”, a song that dives into the heavy waters of Filter and QOTSA – an aggressive cocktail of pummelling drums, throat-ripping melodies and wall of sound distortion.

Influence by a wide range of musical heavyweights like Bowie, Nine Inch Nails and Nirvana, This Burning Age make music that demands the attention of your ears, heart and head – aggressive, unpredictable, adventurous alt-metal with lyrics exploring love, sex, death and the human condition that offer no easy answers. As charismatic frontman Friday explains – “In an industry that’s become a little stale and predictable, it’s our aim to not only create music that we’d want to hear but that pushes boundaries. We want to make music that inspires – both intellectually as well as in that all important, almost inexplicable, visceral, kick-in-the-guts way that you feel when you hear something you immediately connect to.”

With rave reviews across alternative and metal media, radio support from BBC Introducing and a string of sellout shows in their hometown of rock mecca Birmingham, This Burning Age look set to be making connections and pushing boundaries for years to come.

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