Fireworks Release “Run, Brother, Run” Music Video

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The Michigan band behind one of the year’s best albums has just delivered a simple and sweet music video that will have you thinking about calling home.

Fireworks have always been a band that wore their hearts, as well as any/all emotions they may feel, on their sleeves. This has allowed them to create complex pop rock releases that offer infectious melodies and stories that are deeply rooted in real life experiences. People connect with their unwavering sense of honesty, and “Run, Brother, Run” is the perfect example of a song that could easily win them a few hundred new fans on any given day. It’s got this beautifully melancholy tone throughout, with just enough hope laced in the vocals of Dave Mackinder to keep our heads above water. You can view the song’s official video below:

Fireworks’ latest release, Oh, Common Life, is available now wherever music is sold.

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