Fragile Homes have debuted a new music video for their single “Iconoclastic.” The East Coast rockers’ track is taken from the band’s latest EP, Summer Vacation. Forever, Forever. , which dropped last year, picking up credit for their heart-on-sleeve and high-intensity sound.
Watch the new video for ‘Iconoclastic’ below.
Central Jersey hardcore/alternative rock trio Fragile Homes debuted with the release of Imaginary Places in 2019, the brain-child of three musicians who have spent the past decade cutting their teeth in the Northeast scene.
From bedrooms to studio spaces, Fragile Homes have harnessed their DIY ethic and a thirst for writing into a sound that marries hardcore, punk and emo—a raw, impactful, and moreish confluence of intricate guitars, highly charged vocals and a rhythm section that feeds the tenseness and anticipation.
“The subject matter in this song can be picked out from the name. An iconoclast is defined as a person who attacks cherished beliefs or institutions. The song stems directly from my very real exhaustion from and disdain with the system we call average human life. The 9-5, the desire for more material possessions, the constant craving for filler, the prepacked plastic wonder of capitalism. If you will, the subject matter can be related to the ‘nausea’ that was described by Jean-Paul Sartre.” – Joe Fenton
The long-time friends have honed their chemistry and creative nous into an intriguing and beguiling collection on latest album Summer Vacation. Forever, Forever. The EP deftly evokes both anger and dismay but notably does this with positivity and a bright accessibility.
Stream Summer Vacation. Forever, Forever here.