Red Sun Rising Premiere New Video For Their Cover Of The Beach Boys’ “Wouldn’t It Be Nice”

Red Sun Rising have premiered a new video for their cover of The Beach Boys’ “Wouldn’t It Be Nice.” This track is from the band’s latest EP “Peel.”

Mike Protich told Billboard the following:

“We didn’t want to go full-blown retro on the video. We just said, ‘Let’s make a nice, classy video, show the band as we are today and kind of make a timeless stamp.’ So we put on suits, which we’ve never done before. Our branding and our music has always been a little bit psychedelic, a lot of colors and just a little bit off the wall, and it was nice to kind of hone it down and have this kind of look in the video, just to contrast everything else we’ve done. It was fun to be a little different.”

“I haven’t heard one bad comment, actually. I’m sure there’s some out there if I want to start searching. But so far everyone’s embracing it. I think they can tell we had fun with it. The Beach Boys is a band we’ve always been inspired by, so we’re stoked to get the chance to do it and release it and have people hear it.”

Red Sun Rising Announce Tour With Goodbye June & Dirty Honey

Red Sun Rising have announced a spring tour with Goodbye June and Dirty Honey. You can find the dates for that run below.

Tour Dates:

03/21 Louisville, KY – Headliner’s Music Hall
03/22 Lawrence, KS – Granada Theater
03/23 Lincoln NE – Bourbon Theatre
03/24 Chicago, IL – Bottom Lounge
03/26 Grand Rapids, MI – The Stache
03/27 Detroit, MI – The Shelter
03/29 Syracuse, NY – The Lost Horizon
03/30 Lancaster, PA – Chameleon Club
03/31 Worcester, MA – The Palladium
04/01 Baltimore, MD – Baltimore Soundstage
04/03 Charlotte, NC – The Underground
04/04 Birmingham, AL – Zydeco
04/05 Destin, FL – Club L.A.
04/06 Nashville, TN – The Cowan
04/07 Chattanooga, TN – Songbirds South
04/11 Little Rock, AR – Revolution Music Room
04/12 Dallas, TX – Gas Monkey Bar & Grill
04/14 Houston, TX – Studio at Warehouse Live
04/16 Oklahoma City, OK – 89th Street

Red Sun Rising Premiere “Stealing Life” Music Video

Red Sun Rising have premiered a new video for their song “Stealing Life.” This track is from the band’s latest album “Thread.” The group commented:

“Today we release the video for the song Stealing Life. This song reflects on friends, family and heroes the band members have lost to Suicide. This song and video is a message to those struggling with Mental Health and those suffering from the pain of losing someone to it. There’s always another way, let someone help you find it. We are proud to partner with MusiCares and Help Musicians UK to promote mental health awareness.”

In other news, the band have also announced a fall tour with Spirit Animal and Pretty Vicious:

09/28 Louisville, KY — Louder Than Life Festival*
09/30 Peoria, IL — Peoria Civic Center**
10/13 Sacramento, CA — Monster Energy Aftershock*
10/27 Newport, KY — Thompson House***
11/02 Waupaca, WI — Indian Crossing Casino
11/03 Akron, OH — The Goodyear Theater at East End#
11/04 Angola, IN — The Eclectic Room
11/07 Pittsburgh, PA — The Club at Stage AE
11/08 Hartford, CT — Webster Underground
11/09 Asbury Park, NJ — House of Independents
11/11 Cambridge, MA — Sonia Nightclub
11/14 Buffalo, NY — Rec Room
11/15 Portland, ME — Aura
11/16 Hampton Beach, NH — Wally’s
11/17 Lancaster, PA — Chameleon Club
11/18 Johnson City, TN — Capone’s
11/20 Atlanta, GA — Vinyl at Center Stage
11/21 Tampa, FL — The Orpheum
11/23 Mobile, AL — Soul Kitchen
11/24 Clarksville, TN — The Warehouse TN
11/25 Huntsville, AL — Sidetracks Music Hall
11/28 Wichita, KS — Wave
11/29 Omaha, NE — The Waiting Room
12/02 Milwaukee, WI — Colectivo
12/04 Kansas City, MO — The Riot Room
12/06 Des Moines, IA — Wooly’s
12/08 Springfield, MO — The Riff

*Festival appearance
**With Shinedown + Godsmack
***WITH Lift the Medium, The Orphan The Poet, Culture Wars
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Red Sun Rising Premiere “Veins” Music Video

Red Sun Rising have premiered a new video for their song “Veins,” via inquisitr.com. This track is from the band’s latest album “Thread.” The group commented:

“For some, hope is the denial of reality. ‘Veins’ is not just a song but a series of real conversations, empty promises, and frustrations that threatened the future of a friendship and this band.”