We have the pleasure of premiering Northern Irish four-piece Strength NIA's experimental and intriguing video for "La Floresta" here on Scene Point Blank.
The song itself offers a critical commentary on modern day farming and dairy milk consumption, and if you're looking for a video that features a forest, a plaster cast head and some (non-dairy) milk, guided by the sound of a catchy baseline fused with creative electro-pop, then look no further.
"La Floresta" will be released as a single on February 28, with a full-length to follow in the Autumn. The band are also playing a string of dates in Ireland and the UK in the next few weeks, you can get full details here.
Drakulas recently unveiled the title track to their upcoming Dine Alone Records debut, Level Up. "Level Up," the song, was ...
Pick It Up@ Ska in the '90s, a documentary about third-wave ska of the late twentieth century, will be available ...
Looking for the SPB logo? You can download it in a range of styles and colours here:
Click anywhere outside this dialog to close it, or press escape.