Pop-punk band The Gospel Youth have just released a brand new video for single ‘Bloodlines/Love Stopped Me Coming Home’, sharing their memories and experiences from recent tours.
The track is taken from the band’s debut album, Always Lose, which was released on Rise Records last year. True to The Gospel Youth’s style, it’s an emotive song full of longing and regret, tugging at your heartstrings and reminding you of that one person you’ve tried so hard to forget.
Filmed by the ever-talented Mac Praed, the video shares the high-energy performance and the personal connections forged on the road for The Gospel Youth. Tours can be extremely emotionally draining, and it’s the silliness that keeps you sane, so the people you tour with become a close network you rely on to get you through the day.
The Gospel Youth are currently on tour with Tonight Alive, seeing them play cities from Glasgow to London and across the UK.
Watch the video to ‘Bloodlines’ below:
Their debut album Always Lose is available now.
Live Dates (supporting Tonight Alive)
6th March – MANCHESTER – Ritz
8th March – LONDON – Koko
10th March – GLASGOW – QMU
11th March – NOTTINGHAM – Rock City
12th March – LEEDS – Stylus
13th March – BRISTOL – Motion