What happens when things get rather out of hand. Low Cut Connie Frontman / songwriter Adam Weiner describes a night thats been documented in their new video for Revolution Rock n Roll as one where “the room was throbbing with existential tension and orgiastic release…our fans showed up stressed and depressed and we gave them a wild ride. It felt good for everyone to let go of it all. Later we all adjourned to the local Philadelphia Holiday Inn and things got oh so beautifully out-of-hand.” We’re delighted to be premiering it here on Backseat Mafia.

The track is this rollicking slice of good-time pop punk, which blasts its way through singalong chorus’ and big riffs at one hell of a speed.

Of the video, shot by acclaimed DC street photographer Chris Suspect, it documents one wild night with the band and it’s fans. As Suspect commetns “The first time I saw Low Cut Connie I knew they were something special and I had to photograph them. They asked me to do their video from the perspective of how I shoot, I was ecstatic. As far as that night goes…the party, the show, the in-between moments all became a blur by the end. The whole experience was amazing.” If its shots of people getting naked, hugging, crying, playing with blow up dolls, and laughing their heads off are you’re scene (come on, who wouldn’t want that in there scene, right?) then check this out…