Mayday Parade Release New Video

Mayday Parade

Tallahassee, FL’s Mayday Parade has premiered their music video and new single One Of Them Will Destroy The Other (Feat. Dan Lambton of Real Friends). The track is taken from the band’s highly-anticipated new album Black Lines, set to release October 9th with pre-order bundles available from here. Check out the music video below!

Directed by Caleb Mallery, the music video channels Mayday Parade’s explosive live energy to deliver a emotionally drenched performance. Drummer Jake explains:
For this music video, we wanted to somehow capture the song’s energy and felt strongly that a live performance video would do just that. When Caleb Mallery brought up incorporating water into the video we were all in. We’re incredibly happy with how it turned out and are very stoked to have Dan Lambton (Real Friends) be a part of it all.

Mayday Parade will charge into the fall as the headliners of the AP Tour (presented by Hot Topic) with support from Real Friends, This Wild Life, and As It Is. They’ll be heading to the UK and Europe in the new year for the Black Lines – UK/Europe Tour which will see the band headline their biggest UK shows so far, including Shepherds Bush Empire in London.

Black Lines – UK/Europe Tour:
Support from The Maine, Have Mercy & Beautiful Bodies

Jan 26 – Lemon Grove – Exeter, UK
Jan 27 – O2 Academy – Bristol, UK
Jan 28 – UEA – Norwich, UK
Jan 29 – Institute – Birmingham, UK
Jan 30 – Ritz – Manchester, UK
Jan 31 – O2 Academy – Newcastle, UK
Feb 2 – Academy – Dublin, ROI
Feb 3- O2 ABC – Glasgow, UK
Feb 4 – Rock City – Nottingham, UK
Feb 5 – O2 Shepherds Bush Empire – London, UK
Feb 6 – University – Leeds, UK
Feb 7 – Pyramid Centre – Portsmouth, UK

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