December 22, 2017 |

AWOLNATION release video for ‘Seven Sticks Of Dynamite’

AWOLNATION release video for ‘Seven Sticks Of Dynamite’

December 22, 2017 |

AWOLNATION release their official music video for the track ‘Seven Sticks Of Dynamite’, which is taken from the band’s third studio album Here Come The Runts out 2nd February 2018 via Red Bull Records.

The video directed by Riley Harper (Hollywood stunt-double for titles such as Little Miss Sunshine, Straight Outta Compton, Sons of Anarchy etc) alongside frontman Aaron Bruno. The video was filmed at The Old Place in Agoura Hills, CA and features legendary tattoo artist Dr Woo, Rick Rubin, and Duff McKagan. Inspired by campy bar brawls in old western movies, the video centres around duelling biker and surfer gangs and, like the song the video builds to an epic climax sure to entertain.

“I’ve always wanted to make a video at The Old Place with all of my friends and showcase the spirit of old California,” says Aaron Bruno.

Director Riley Harper adds,“It’s pretty awesome when you get to film a bar brawl, but when you have free reign to shoot it at your local watering hole with all of your friends, that’s just a recipe for a good time and a great outcome!”

Here Come The Runts album can be preorder at awolnationmusic.com and receive instant downloads of ‘Seven Sticks Of Dynamite,’ as well as ‘Passion’.

In support of Here Come The Runts, AWOLNATION will be embarking on a headlining tour In support of Here Come The Runt. Joining them on tour will be Nothing But Thieves and it all kicks off in Toronto on 11th February, and touring the States until mid-March before crossing the pond for a European/UK. A full list of dates can be found below.

AWOLNATION On Tour – April 2018
06 April – Les Etoiles, Paris, France
07 April – Gibson, Frankfurt, Germany
09 April – Dynamo, Zurich, Switzerland
10 April – Les Docks, Lausanne, Switzerland
11 April – Santeria Social Club, Milan, Italy
12 April – Backstage Werk, Munich, Germany
14 April – WUK, Vienna, Austria
15 April – Roxy, Prague, Czech Republic
16 April – Proxima, Warsaw, Poland
18 April – Kesselhaus, Berlin, Germany
19 April – Uebel & Gefahrlich, Hamburg, Germany
20 April – Melkweg, Amsterdam, Netherlands
22 April – Scala, London, UK
25 April – Academy, Dublin, Ireland
27 April – Glav Club, Moscow, Russia