Red City Radio premiered today its brand-new music video for “I’m Well, You’re Poison” from the band’s debut LP, The Dangers of Standing Still. You can now watch the video on The Fest 11’s website.
Watch now: Red City Radio - “I’m Well, You’re Poison”
The Dangers of Standing Still came out in February of 2011 on Paper + Plastick Records and was a critically acclaimed success. “Music is subjective and all, but unless you have an aversion to punk, The Dangers of Standing Still is the kind of debut that isn’t likely to leave your stereo in the foreseeable future,” wrote AbsolutePunk.net album reviewer Matthew Tsai. Meanwhile, Punknews.org used the phrase “pop-punk for men” to describe the band’s sound in its 4-star review.
“I’m Well, You’re Poison” is the second music video to come from the record, following the video for “Spinning In Circles Is A Gateway Drug,” which was premiered on AbsolutePunk.net before the album was released.
Red City Radio is currently touring Europe with Anti-Flag, where they’ll be until early May. They’ll play a few festivals and some shows with The Bouncing Sould as well. Check out all of Red City Radio’s tour dates and more information here.
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Red City Radio - The Dangers of Standing Still
February 22, 2011
Paper + Plastick Records
“I’m Well, You’re Poison” music video
More about Red City Radio:
Driving down a highway listening to either metal, hip hop, or country. Getting to the venue. Eating. Drinking. Playing. More Drinking. Heading to our home for the night. Drinking some more. Sleeping. Starting all over again. We’re pretty simple folk.