Exclusive Premiere | Jump In With Sharks In The Deep End

Photo: Todd V. Wolfson

I’m a sucker for band names that riff off of childhood fears: Arcade Fire, Bare Naked Ladies, Gary Glitter. That’s why Sharks In The Deep End had my curiosity, but they garnered my attention with their single “Crash Test Doll”.

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Crave is exclusively premiering the Austin, Texas-based new-wave punk rockers new music video for “Crash Test Doll”.

Directed by Justin Kirchoff in various locations around Austin, the fun, fast-paced video captures the spirit of the infectious song as Sharks In The Deep End vocalist/guitarist Tucker Jameson explains, “Not only is the video a humorous a peek into the everyday lives of crash test dummies, it is also an apt metaphor for how music can be transformative and lift you out of a cycle of lows.”

“Crash Test Dolls” is off the band’s debut LP Killin’ Machine (released April 22nd via Kobalt Distribution), mixed by Grammy-nominated engineer Mark Needham (The Killers, Pete Yorn, Neon Trees) and produced by Dan Drohan (Ang Low, Wilsen)

For more info on Sharks In The Deep End, go here.


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