Coming off their stellar EP You Won’t Come Home, Melbourne based act Stuck Out have released a music video for the first track off the EP, “Stitch”, which was filmed and edited by Liam Davidson. Stuck Out are signed to Greyscale Records, and with Josh Walker on vocals, Lachy Lydiard on drums, Sheldon Schuyler on bass, and Ian Browney and Bren Dugan on guitar, they are well on their way to achieving great things.

“Stitch” is an upbeat fast paced song, which manages to perfectly encapsulate the impressive vocals of Josh, as well as the fantastic instrumental work from the rest of the band.

“Everything I ever wanted never fell into my hands”

When asked about the video itself Josh said “We really wanted the video to show the energy and interaction we put into our live performances as well as all the fun we had on tour.” That really sums it up perfectly, as the video shows the large amounts of crowd interaction Stuck Out clearly have during their sets, as well as various bits of footage taken of them mucking around on tour. Its always nice to know bands are enjoying themselves, considering the amount of content they give us to enjoy.

This video is also timed very well, given that in a few short weeks Stuck Out will be playing a headline show to celebrate the release of You Won’t Come Home. This show will be at The Workers Club in Melbourne, on the 4th of May, and supporting them will be Yours Truly, Fever Speak, and Clove. Find more details on that here: https://www.facebook.com/events/714690808918912/

Stuck Out has said “tickets are moving very fast at the moment so we’re super keen! We’ve been working hard to make the show a special one and we really think that everyone’s expectations will be blown away.” Tickets are only $10 (you are practically making money with this) so make sure to get down to the show, support the band, and be treated to some fantastic music.

Watch the video for “Stitch” below, and while you’re at it check out the rest of the EP [HERE] as it is absolutely worth a listen.

 

Josh Hockey

Melbourne based music journalist who is ridiculously passionate about music, and spends every possible moment listening to it, seeing shows, and of course wearing the merch.

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