JOIN THE FOOD FIGHT WITH FOR LACK OF A TERM’S NEW MUSIC VIDEO FOR “ALWAYS SOMETHING”

JOIN THE FOOD FIGHT WITH FOR LACK OF A TERM’S NEW MUSIC VIDEO FOR “ALWAYS SOMETHING”

 

                                       Photo: Rickelle Tavares

Watch “Always Something” Official Music Video Here 

Welcome To Your New Normal to be released 12/7/21

Yonkers, NY  | October 19, 2021For Lack of a Term hits us with an epic food fight in their new music video for “Always Something.” This is the third single from  Welcome To Your Normal, which is set to release on December 7, 2021. This energetic music video takes us on a wild ride as we watch a nice picnic take a wild turn. However, the lyrics give us a serious contrast. “Always Something” is about trying to overcome obstacles after obstacles to something that feels reachable but something always gets in the way.

“ This is one is about wanting something so desperately and obsessively that you almost lose yourself in the pursuit. This thing relentlessly slips through your fingers every time it feels like you’ve come close. .” – Ryan Dempsey

Hailing from the budding music scene of Yonkers, NY, For Lack of a Term is an alternative punk rock four-piece known around town and beyond for their unique live sound and energetic performances. Frontman Ryan Dempsey & drummer Chris Beairsto, who have worked together on past musical projects, started For Lack of a Term in 2014. Throughout the year, there have been multiple line-up changes but Ryan and Chris kept enhancing their sound. In 2017, Arthur Wernham was recruited to join on bass. Arthur’s post-hardcore background gave the band a heavier punk sound. By 2019, Conor Cullen joined the group on guitar and backing vocals, completing the sound they have today.

For Lack of a Term will be performing at Gold Sounds Bar in Brooklyn, NY on October 23, 2021. You can buy tickets in advance here. Make sure to follow them on all their social media platforms.

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