This live music video for “Displaced,” as featured on Almost Famous Friends split EP with Lions and Tigers, is a high energy performance from fine southern gentlemen in Austin, Texas. The song shows the hard and darker edge of Almost Famous Friends, with cutting lyrics for any emo fan. The self-proclaimed “Chronic Sad Boys” premiere this video with a promise of new music sound coming very soon.

Catch them on tour through Texas with NU-95 this month! Tour dates available here.

About the band:

Almost Famous Friends is an emotionally fueled pop punk band from Austin, Texas, inspired by acts such as The Story So Far, Real Friends, and Citizen. They were brought together by the powerful songwriting of lead vocalist and guitarist Tristan Wilson in 2014 and haven’t slowed down for a second. Aris Manasco (drums), Hunter Sharpe (guitar), and Remy Manasco (bass) round out the group, each bringing a unique influence and style to the music and performance. They are as deeply introspective and emotional in their music as they are explosive and dynamic on stage – providing something for fans of aesthetic musicality and hard hitting live performances.

Check out the band’s music on Spotify and iTunes.

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