Rebelmatic will unveil their new album, Ghost In The Shadows, on August 28. Check out the video for “Blood and Gold” to get a taste for the full album.

“Our song ‘Blood and Gold’ symbolizes how we live in a world where blood is spilled over gold,” the band explains. “The ‘Blood’ represents life and the “Gold” represents value. The song is about self-worth and the value of life. It’s a motivational song to overcome trials and tribulations. It’s a fight to survive in the world, and you will get knocked down. ‘Blood and Gold’ says no matter what, ‘Don’t stop; Get up.'”

The video for “Blood and Gold” was filmed and performed at the legendary NYC bar Max Fish, where Rebelmatic have built their base and hold a residency. This video captures the true essence and energy of a Rebelmatic show, which has been described as James Brown in a mosh pit.

The video was directed by Steve Pedulla, guitarist of the band Thursday and produced by Mark O’Connell, drummer of Taking Back Sunday and Daniel Wallace from Red Right Recordings.

Preorder the album here. 

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