Frank Iero And The Future Violents Premiere “Great Party” Video

Frank Iero (My Chemical Romance) has premiered a new video for “Great Party” from his Frank Iero And The Future Violents project. The track is from the band’s latest album “Barriers.”

Iero commented:

“Sometimes when you write songs for an album you have a hard time placing where they should go in the tracklisting, or what would be a good visual representation for them. Other times it’s like the universe opens up its playbook and tells you exactly how every piece fits into this giant puzzle.

I knew immediately when we finished writing ‘Great Party’ that it needed to be a single off the record and that we needed to make a video for that song. When I wrote the treatment for it I could see the whole thing playing out in my head, and I knew that our friends needed to be cast in it! I saw this weird gathering that you couldn’t tell if it was an AA meeting or the worlds bleakest birthday, and I knew our friend Dani from Surfbort had to be the one to light the fuse that would turn everything on it’s head. I really love this video, it may have turned out even better than I first imagined it.”

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Frank Iero And The Future Violents Premiere “Young And Doomed” Video

Frank Iero (My Chemical Romance) has premiered a new video for “Young And Doomed” from his Frank Iero And The Future Violents project. The track is from the band’s new album “Barriers,” which will be released on May 31.

“Barriers” Track Listing:

01. “A New Day’s Coming”
02. “Young And Doomed”
03. “Fever Dream”
04. “The Host”
05. “Basement Eyes”
06. “Ode To Destruction”
07. “The Unfortunate”
08. “Moto-Pop”
09. “Medicine Square Garden”
10. “No Love”
11. “Police Police”
12. “Great Party”
13. “Six Feet Down Under”
14. “24k Lush”

Tour Dates:

03/25 Houston, TX – House of Blues (feat. Taking Back Sunday)
03/26 Houston, TX – House of Blues (feat. Taking Back Sunday)
03/28 Austin, TX – Emo’s (feat. Taking Back Sunday)
03/29 Austin, TX – Emo’s (feat. Taking Back Sunday)
03/30 Dallas, TX – House of Blues (feat. Taking Back Sunday)
03/31 Dallas, TX – House of Blues (feat. Taking Back Sunday)
04/01 Lubbock, TX – Charley B’s (feat. Taking Back Sunday)
04/03 Albuquerque, NM – Sunshine Theater (feat. Taking Back Sunday)
04/04 Phoenix, AZ – Marquee Theater (feat. Taking Back Sunday)
04/05 Phoenix, AZ – Marquee Theater (feat. Taking Back Sunday)
04/06 San Diego, CA – Observatory North Park (feat. Taking Back Sunday)
04/07 San Diego, CA – Observatory North Park (feat. Taking Back Sunday)
04/09 Bakersfield, CA – 1933 Event Center (feat. Taking Back Sunday)
04/11 Los Angeles, CA – Palladium (feat. Taking Back Sunday)
04/12 Los Angeles, CA – Palladium (feat. Taking Back Sunday)
04/13 San Francisco, CA – Warfield (feat. Taking Back Sunday)
04/14 San Francisco, CA – Warfield (feat. Taking Back Sunday)
04/24 Lima, PER – CC Festiva
04/26 Santiago, CHL – Club Subterraneo
04/27 Buenos Aires, ARG – El Teatrito
04/28 Sao Paulo, BRA – Fabrique Club
05/01 Monterrey, MEX – Cafe Iguana
05/02 Mexico City, MEX – Sala
05/29 Philadelphia, PA – The Foundry
05/30 Baltimore, MD – Baltimore Soundstage
05/31 Hamden, CT – The Ballroom at the Outer Space
06/01 Pawtucket, RI – The Met
06/02 Boston, MA – Brighton Music Hall
06/04 Harrisburg, PA – The Capitol Room at The Harrisburg
06/05 Pittsburgh, PA – Rex Theater
06/06 Detroit, MI – El Club
06/07 Cincinnati, OH – Bogarts
06/08 Louisville, KY – Mercury Ballroom
06/10 Atlanta, GA – Terminal West
06/11 Birmingham, AL – Saturn
06/13 Tampa, FL – The Crowbar
06/14 Orlando, FL – The Social
06/15 Jacksonville, FL – 1904 Music Hall
06/16 Columbia, SC – The Senate
06/18 Charlotte, NC – Amos Southend
06/20 Virginia Beach, VA – Elevation 27
06/21 Washington, D.C. – Union Stage
06/22 New York, NY – Rocks Off Cruise
06/29 Atlantic City, NJ – Atlantic City Beach (Warped Tour)
07/05 Hradec Kralove, CZE – Rock for People
07/13 Upcote Farm, UK – 2000 Trees
07/18 Patchogue, NY – Great South Bay Music Festival
07/21 Mountain View, CA – Shoreline Amphitheater (Warped Tour)