Chicago, Illinois based punk rockers Rise Against have just unveiled a video to accompany their song ‘House On Fire’, which comes straight from the band’s latest full-length ‘Wolves’ which dropped last year.
Working with director Daniel Carberry, the video evokes the innocence of early childhood giving way to the tumultuous coming-of-age years, coupling it with a metaphor on how personal relationships can also have an impact on our world.
You can stream and watch the video for ‘House On Fire’ below.
Speaking about the song, vocalist Tim McIlrath explains, “When you hear it you might hear a kind of classic love-and-loss-like love song… but the song actually is about becoming a parent. I like to think I have the world figured out, once you throw a 13-year-old daughter your way you realize, I have nothing figured out. And this is an incredible challenge that’s at the same time worth it.”
The band’s latest full-length album, ‘Wolves’, is available now through Virgin Records.
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