Video Premiere: Stop.Drop.Rewind – ‘Dinosaur Bones’

Northwest Indiana-based progressive-powerpop band  stop.drop.rewind are sharing their new song and music video “Dinosaur Bones,” and you can check it out right here at New Noise.

Watch the video here:

The band share their thoughts:

“We had a surprising amount of fun writing and recording ‘Dinosaur Bones,’ and I think you can hear it when you listen to the song. For this song, we decided to combine two of our favorite things: dinosaurs and early-2000’s pop punk, so naturally we’re happy with the results. To be perfectly honest, we just wanted to play with foam dart guns while wearing dinosaur costumes in a music video, and this seemed like the best way to make that happen. Thus, ‘Dinosaur Bones’ was born.”

Northwest Indiana-based progressive-powerpop band stop.drop.rewind have never shied away from innovation. The Midwest power trio combines the energy and spirit of pop-punk with the colors and improvisational elements of jazz and soaring intricacies of progressive rock to bring forth a sound that is as unique as it is listenable, and as likely to produce a thoughtful discussion as it is a raucous sing-along.

They have brought their energetic live show to venues across the Midwest and beyond, playing in 20 U.S. states and completing multiple tours, all while sharing the stage with the likes of Real Friends, Hawthorne Heights, Secondhand Serenade, The Misfits, The Spill Canvas, and many others.

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Photo courtesy of stop.drop.rewind

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