The Black Halos have released a music video for their track “Better Days.” Directed and edited by Michael Crusty, the video was filmed at Neon Demon Studio in Toronto. The track itself is taken from the band’s new album How The Darkness Doubled, which it out now on Stomp Records.
Check out the video below.
Vancouver, BC punk rockers The Black Halos are entering their 30th year as a band. In that time, the Canadian crew have achieved a vast amount of success, including 5 studio albums and international touring, taking their glam-rock fused brand of punk global.
New LP How The Darkness Doubled is the band’s first full-length since 2008 and was recorded in Toronto and mixed by Dave Draper (The Wildhearts).
Guitarist Rich Jones explains: “Reuniting with Billy and Jay for this new album brought my focus back to writing with a mindset that was pure, uncompromising Halos…”
Jones continues: “Having our friends John and Danni on board makes this feel like the strongest lineup that we’ve ever had and you can really hear it on this record.”