Trophy Lungs Release “Bathroom Graffitti” Video


After weeks of talk, Boston pop punk favorites Trophy Lungs have released the long-awaited video for “Bathroom Graffiti.”

Taken from their Antique Records debut, which is due out October 16, Trophy Lungs’ latest single is an ode to the friends who are no longer among the living. As much as we often refuse to admit it, not everyone gets to live a long life. Some people have their time on this planet cut far too short, and on “Bathroom Graffiti” Trophy Lungs let their departed friends and family know they are never far from their minds.

The video for “Bathroom Graffiti” is about as pop punk as you can get, with the members of Trophy Lungs performing in a very tight space that appears to be inside someone’s home. Fans are going crazy, even singing along, and sweat is pouring. There are also cutaways to the band and their fans holding signs in remembrance of those they lost. It’s a touching moment amidst and otherwise fun and carefree clip. You can view the full video below.

We expect a full stream of Trophy Lungs’ new album, Day Jobs, to surface in the coming week. Click here to order the LP on limited edition vinyl.

James Shotwell

James Shotwell is the founder of Under The Gun Review. He loves writing about music and movies almost as much as he loves his two fat cats. He's also the co-founder of Antique Records and the Marketing Coordinator for Haulix. You should probably follow him on Twitter.

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