New Noise Magazine is pleased to be bringing forth the music video for “Women To The Front” by Friendship Commanders. The track’s vicious speed helps make it a swift kick to the adrenaline center of the brain. There’s a message embedded into the song’s fiery core, which is explained below by Buick Audra. Start your Thursday off right with this face melter of a punk tune, which can be heard and viewed below. “Women To The Front” is off of the upcoming record, BILL, out on October 5th. The video stars Grant-Lee Phillips (of Grant-Lee Buffalo & Gilmore Girls).

“I exist in a very male-dominated, male-celebrated world where women of all stripes are few and far between. And so often, when I do encounter other women, they have no interest in knowing me or standing for me. I’ve been guilty of it myself and I’m not proud of it. In this chapter of my life, I stand for you. I stand for me. I stand for us. And that means ALL of us, not just women like me. I am on your side. I want to learn from you.” – Buick Audra

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Friendship Commanders are a rock duo from Nashville, TN. Their forthcoming album, BILL, was made with Steve Albini at his studio, Electrical Audio in Chicago. The thirteen song body of work addresses themes important to the band: abuse survival, addiction, feminism, unity, human rights activism, equality, and friendship. Band members Buick Audra and Jerry Roe have been collaborating for five years, in which they’ve released one full length album, DAVE, and three EPs; their releases each partially benefit socially responsible organizations. Friendship Commanders have toured extensively and will do so again with the release of this second record, which releases October 5th, 2018.

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