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England based rock band BOSTON MANOR’s awesome new video for their song “Bad Machine.” The bold video, directed by singer Henry Cox, is shot entirely in black and white and features disturbing and impactful imagery that manages to capture the vibe of both the song and their upcoming album Welcome To The Neighbourhood perfectly.

When speaking about the new video, Henry stated that

We knew we wanted to capture some of the sleaziness of the track & condense the video down to a sequence of ‘moments’, almost like a movie trailer. The song has such massive differences in dynamics between the verses & choruses so it was important that we captured that in the video.”

Welcome To The Neighbourhood, which is being released September 7th via Pure Noise Records, is just as emotionally charged and meaningful as ever for the band. With that comes a hope that this album, by addressing the issues it does, can have a positive impact on the future.

“I’m just trying to draw attention to a few issues,” singer Henry Cox says. “The things that are important to my generation are just so trivial in my eyes, but who am I to say? I can’t really offer any immediate solutions, but I can try to throw a bucket of cold water on some of my peers, to just get them to feel more and think more and not be so apathetic.”

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“Bad Machine” lyrics

I fell by the wayside.
I fell in the gutter.
Lost all of my money
and I lost my lover.
Who bet double or nothing.
I just wanna be someone.
I just wanna be something.

I’ll never say sorry, ’cause I’ll never be free.
You float like a butterfly.
You sting like a bee.
You’re everywhere I go, you’re always watching me.
Get the hell out of my head.
Get the hell out of my head.

You cracked your whip.
You sucked your thumb.
You blew me a kiss and the jig was up.
I broke both my ankles on the way down.
It was such a long way down.
Such a long way down.

I’ll never say sorry, ’cause I’ll never be free.
You float like a butterfly.
You sting like a bee.
You’re everywhere I go, you’re always watching me.
Get the hell out of my head.
Get the hell out of my head.

And I’m just a puppet, who’s drunk on his dreams.
I’ll never say sorry, I’ll never be free.
I’m through being sober.
Because what’s in it for me?
I’ll never say sorry, I’ll never be free.

Directed & Edited by Henry Cox
DOP: Tom Hancox
Art Design: Boston Manor

About Bryan Joe Corder (2699 Articles)
Concert Photographer at heart, Love listening to music and going to shows to try to capture the magic on the stage with my imagery.I also review albums and live concerts.

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