The Bronx have enlisted Every Time I Die’s Jordan Buckley for a limited-edition 7-inch of “High Five” from their latest album Bronx VI, as well as exclusive merch featuring Buckley’s artwork.
The Bronx frontman Matt Caughthran says of the collab:
“We have known Jordan for almost 20 years now. His band, Every Time I Die, and The Bronx came up together and we are both kicking maximum ass all over the world. Jordan’s art is super detailed, original, and fun; just like the man himself. It’s an honor to have him involved with the Bronx VI campaign, honestly he was one of the first people we thought to work with on a track.”
The SoCal band have made the release of their sixth album much more than a standard album release, working with a variety of artists and musicians to create unique collectibles and art pieces that not only add visuals to the music but also represent the world The Bronx lives within.
From Dogtown’s Craig Stecyk’s unique glyphs showing up on a Bronx VI skateboard, to LA-by-way-of-Australia duo DabsMyla’s striking imagery for “Superbloom,” U.K. graffiti artist/typographer Gary Stranger’s artwork for “Peace Pipe,” a “White Shadow” themed NFT in associated with cult punk/hardcore/Dead & Co. graphic designer Jeremy Dean and an Estevan Oriol-directed video for “Curb Feelers.”
The Bronx and Every Time I Die will hit the road in December for two festive dates in Buffalo, NY, and in January/February for a UK tour.
Images courtesy of The Bronx/Every Time I Die.