THE DIRTY NIL Premiere Music Video For ‘Blunt Force Concussion’

THE DIRTY NIL premiere music video for ‘Blunt Force Concussion’, from the new album, ‘Fuck Art’, out Jan 1st 2021

“No explosions, no fire, just flowers and good vibes.”

Today, The Dirty Nil, who have embraced, torn down, and reinvented the quintessential “rock n roll star” archetype, have released the video for their punk-infused power-pop ballad, ‘Blunt Force Concussion.’ The video shows off the group’s irreverent style (think Midsommar meets Blink-182) as they put their own spin on being one with nature.

THE DIRTY NIL – ‘Blunt Force Concussion’ (Official Music Video)

Of the video, frontman Luke Bentham said “for once, we tried to make a video without the risk of death or maiming. No explosions, no fire, just flowers and good vibes. However, the heavens declared against us and I was almost killed by an allergic reaction to a horse. My head ballooned up like a goddamn melon and my skin felt like fire. Moral of the story is: wherever we go, chaos rides shotgun.”

‘Blunt Force Concussion’ is the latest cut off the JUNO-winning trio’s forthcoming album, ‘Fuck Art’, out January 1st, 2021 via Dine Alone Records (pre-orders are now live HERE). Along with recent singles, ‘Done With Drugs‘ and the hardcore basement rock ode to young love,  ‘Doom Boy‘, ‘Blunt Force Concussion’ teases what is sure to be The Dirty Nil’s most eclectic collection of irreverently exhilarating and fully indulgent rock n roll to date.

The Dirty Nil – ‘Fuck Art’ tracklisting

1) Doom Boy
2) Blunt Force Concussion
3) Elvis ‘77
4) Done With Drugs
5) Ride Or Die
6) Hang Yer Moon
7) Damage Control
8) Hello Jealousy
9) Possession
10) To The Guy Who Stole My Bike
11) One More And The Bill

https://go.thedirtynil.com/FArt

Kerrang! has called the trio “ridiculously infectious” while their last album (2018’s ‘Master Volume’) was praised by Vice/Noisey as “the album rock ‘n’ roll deserves”.

Watch them perform ‘Blunt Force Concussion’ live via Alt Press to see why Brooklyn Vegan recently called The Dirty Nil, “a band who beg to be seen live”.

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