LA’s Joker’s Hand Release Video For Latest Single “You’re Why I Don’t Sleep At Night”
“Seeing Red” EP Out February 17 on Wiretap Records
“Embracing the pop-punk revival, Joker’s Hand is giving us some serious 311 and Blink-182 vibes. The new music video brings their high-energy vibe centerstage while set against vibrantly colored backdrops, that captures the angst and stress of heartbreak mixed with the freedom of being single and the ultimate f-you move.”- The Pier
Southern California’s Jokers Hand has released a new video for the single “You’re Why I Don’t Sleep At Night,” the follow-up to the duo’s track “Danny Phantom” (ft. Jakob Nowell).
Stream the song on DSPs: https://open.spotify.com/track/1As2kYq3zSotw9RUFvYR4b?si=9962285eb76f4ae5
Stream the video on New Noise: https://newnoisemagazine.com/premieres/video-premiere-jokers-hand-youre-why-i-dont-sleep-at-night/
Directed by: Javier Juanillo
Producers: Javier Juanillo, Emma Juncosa, Barham Lashley
Director of Photography: Emma Juncosa
Jokers’ Hand’s Kevin Kawano says, ““You’re Why I Don’t Sleep At Night” explores themes of heartbreak and betrayal at the hands of a former lover who seemingly falls off the face of the Earth.”
Both songs appear on the band’s upcoming EP “Seeing Red” out on all platforms on Feb 17th.
“Seeing Red” Spotify pre-save: https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/jokershand1/seeing-red
The new EP comes on the heels of their 8-song debut album, ‘All-American Rage.’
Hailing from Torrance, CA, the duo has been steadily amassing fans since their early singles took off on KROQ (many of which spent weeks at #1 on the station’s weekly program ‘Locals Only’).
Appearances at Redondo Beach’s Beachlife Festival further cemented them as a band to keep tabs on, with their incendiary performance all but demanding attendees take notice.
Kawano met bandmate Matthew Lau and together they formed the band in 2017. After writing dozens of demos and carving a name for themselves on the Los Angeles club circuit, the band met with producers Steve Ornest and Wyn Davis at Total Access Recording Studios (Sublime, No Doubt, Guns N’ Roses). They began working on what would become their debut self-titled EP, which was released in March 2020.
Joker’s Hand songs are timeless, weaving multiple genres of music like pop, punk and hip-hop into their rock-rooted sound. The band’s explosive live shows coupled with their ear-catching vocals and musicianship has catapulted them above the noise floor of the Los Angeles rock music scene.
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