Taking Back Sunday get dirty with 'sticky, black sludge' in the music video for single 'Sink Into Me'.
Rock band Taking Back Sunday have put out a music video supporting their new single "Sink Into Me". In the video shot by director Travis Kopach in Brooklyn, the band are seen getting dirty by throwing themselves into what is described as "sticky, black sludge."
"Sink Into Me" is the lead single from Taking Back Sunday's upcoming fourth studio album "New Again". "[it's] one of the songs that sort of represents the direction that Taking Back Sunday is going. Plus, it has a little bit of flavor from where we've been," the band's frontman Adam Lazzara said of the track.
"New Again" itself will be dropped in U.S. market on June 2. This record will be their first work with new guitarist Matt Fazzi, who is recruited to replace the band's ex member Fred Macherino. "When we went in to start writing for 'New Again', Matt joined the band and helped us out a lot with the writing process, and a lot of the things he brought to the table were a lot of the things that make the record so special," Lazzara explained.
Taking Back Sunday's "Sink Into Me" music video