Punk rock outfit Frank Iero And The Future Violents have just released a video for ‘Basement Eyes’, the latest single to be cut and lifted from last year’s LP, ‘Barriers’.
This is what Frank Iero, the project’s ring leader and vocalist/guitarist, had to say about it.
“It was directed by the talented David Brodsky and Allison Woest for My Goodeye Visuals. This song is very much about beginnings and ends. Many incredible feats have begun in a basement or a garage. I personally have started almost every musical or creative project of my career in a basement somewhere. I have learned to play instruments, started bands, painted, filmed videos, played shows, written and even recorded records there. It is my preferred creative space and the nucleus of where inspiration and ideas get formed into living, breathing pieces of art.”
You can check out the video for ‘Basement Eyes’ below.
The band’s third full-length album, ‘Barriers’, is available now through UNFD.