Fort Collins quintet Shatterproof announced their signing to Revival Recordings and released their new song, "So Punk" last month and now, the band is sharing their new music video for "Karma." The song comes from the bands upcoming self-titled EP out July 21st.
The new EP was recorded at The Blasting Room in Fort Collins, produced/engineered by Chris Beeble, mixed by Mark Needham at Red Oak Studios with assistant mix engineer by Tyler Spratt and mastered by Stephen Marcussen. The band expands on their forthcoming EP, by stating:
"We believe that this EP is the best of Shatterproof. We have been a band for almost 6 years and have written so many songs. But this EP is what Shatterproof is about, our favorite songs we have written so far. It is painting a picture of the direction we want to go, how we want to write songs and what kind of band we want to be. Having the opportunity to put this EP out through Revival Recordings is huge for us. This EP is some old stuff for older fans, and some new stuff for everyone, and as a package we couldn't be happier with it."
The music video for "Karma" directed and produced by Hudson Bloom, is "the classic Mariah Carey, revenge-breakup song," continuing the band says,
"It's about being cheated on and taking things into your own hands. This story is developed further in the actual music video for the song. A girl breaks up with Benji in the first scene. Instead of being down about it, he channels this energy into his music. The girl slowly makes her way from one band member to the next, breaking all of our hearts and eventually becoming a sort of fake mythology for how the band started. Each member joins this band and bonds over being cheated-on by the girl."
Following the release of "So Punk" the band headed out on the Best Summer Ever Tour, alongside Never Let This Go, which wraps this weekend with shows on June 24th in Austin, TX and June 25th in Dallas, TX.
June 24 - Austin, TX at Sidewinder
June 25 - Dallas, TX at Dirty 30