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PUNK ROCK FACTORY Drops New Cover + Music Video For “You’ll Be Back” From Award-Winning Play HAMILTON

PUNK ROCK FACTORY

Share New Single + Music Video

You’ll Be Back

Track Is A Cover In Their Unmistakable Style

From Globally-Acclaimed Musical Hamilton

Watch HERE

Taken From Upcoming New Album

‘It’s Just A Stage We’re Going Through’

Out March 31

Pre-Order HERE

Tuesday, January 31, 2023 – Pop-punk powerhouses PUNK ROCK FACTORY have unleashed their latest single and video getting the infamous PRF treatment, a cover of the well-known hit ‘You’ll Be Back‘ from the globally acclaimed musical, Hamilton. The track is included on their highly anticipated new album, It’s Just A Stage We’re Going Through, an 11-song collection of songs from musicals, due to land on March 31.

The band commented: 

“When we heard ‘You’ll Be Back’ from Hamilton, we absolutely knew it had to go on the album. It’s equal parts sinister and endearing and already a sing-along anthem, begging to be a rock hit!

We worked with Sitcom Soldiers for this music video, and shot in their studio in Bolton. It’s the first time we brought in a new team, and didn’t create the video ourselves DIY. We also had great fun dressing up in regal style outfits too.  Also, you’ll notice we’re lacking a bass player in the video… Benj’s first child was actually born two days before the shoot so he had to miss out on this one!”

Since their debut self-release in 2019, PUNK ROCK FACTORY have been steadily gaining a colossal online fan base. The cultural sensations have already racked up over 26 million streams on Spotify and 5.1 million likes on TikTok, with 250,000 followers on Instagram, and over 11 million views on YouTube. No mean feat for a band you’ve never heard of (‘til now)!

Clock them up a few more views by watching the official video for ‘You’ll Be Back’ here or by clicking the thumbnail below. The track is available on all streaming platforms now! If you pre-order the album, you can get an instant grat of previous single ‘Rewrite The Stars‘!

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