Radio Dead Ones Represent German Punk on ‘Into the Sun’ — Video Premiere
If you think you're bored in your suburban town in Anywhere, USA, consider yourselves lucky. Brothers Beverly and Rik of Radio Dead Ones were born behind the Iron Curtain back in the early '80s. It wasn't an easy place to score cool punk music, but the guys still found a way to do it. After forming Radio Dead Ones in their teens, the brothers and their bandmates moved to Berlin to get their career off the ground.
After releasing their self-titled debut album in 2008, Radio Dead Ones played all over Europe with the likes of the Backyard Babies, Dropkick Murphys, and Agnostic Front. Now armed with the kind of confidence that comes from years of hard-touring, the group is back with 'AAA,' their sophomore album.
Noisecreep has the exclusive premiere of 'Into the Sun,' the new video from the album.
Watch 'Into the Sun' From Radio Dead Ones
"We filmed part of the video in an ancient small town called Sulmona, in the middle of Italy. Our Italian friends contributed numerously to it and made it a very original and unique looking video," says bassist Ändru Bourbon.
Radio Dead Ones' 'AAA' is out now via Steamhammer/SPV.