Alongside the release of their third full-length album ‘All Smiles’, which dropped just under a week ago now, Illinois based emocore outfit Sworn In have now unveiled an edgy video to accompany the record’s title-track.
The song is the fourth single to be cut and lifted from their new record of the same name, following ‘Dread All’, ‘Don’t Look At Me’, and ‘Make It Hurt’.
You can stream and watch the video for ‘All Smiles’ below:
Speaking of creating the video for the song, vocalist Tyler Dennen explains, “Creating the visuals for Sworn In over the last year and a half has been such a growing and learning experience for me, as an artist and as an individual. All art forms to me now, coincide and all aid one another. All Smiles could have never existed unless I pursued visual art. Thanks to supportive people and ton of passion I continued to expand my horizons regarding visual art. This is my 4th video I have done for Sworn In now and is by far the one I am the proudest of. Before I created the visual art for Sworn In, I didn’t have a vision for Sworn In. Now I live the vision and try my best to create a visually unsettling yet emotionally honest accompaniment to the songs and words that I used to tear myself open for the world. If you get a listen, you’ll get a look too.”
The band’s new full-length studio album, ‘All Smiles’, is out now through Fearless Records.