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CENTURY THIRTEEN release a new lyric video for ‘A Million Times’ 

CENTURY THIRTEEN release a new lyric video for ‘A Million Times’

Century ThirteenCENTURY THIRTEEN ‘s own blend of Alternative Rock fueled with Punk Pop takes from a range of sources but predominately pulls from Blink-182, New Found Glory, and Green Day. The Glaswegian punks set loose their new self-titled album on Friday 13th July, through all platforms. The four-piece have also released a new lyric video for ‘A Million Times’

Since their formation in 2014, the Scottish tunesters have worked exceptionally hard on their craft. Aided by a strong DIY work ethic, the quartet have already released four well-received EPs, and have built a steady fanbase throughout Scotland which has been encouraged by a series of high octane and energetic live performances.  The industrious quartet have also shared stages with everyone from Fenix TX, The Bottom Line, Better Days, Speaking in Shadows, Chasing Cadence, Altered Sky, Your Illuminations, Homebound and Six Time Champion, to Lightyear. CENTURY THIRTEEN possess a passionate community spirit and regularly play numerous charity events and shows for such causes as cancer research, metal health awareness,  and autism.

The punk rockers have just completed work on their new self-titled album, which arrives this July.  The record is stuffed from back to front with bangers. From new single, A Million Times, to the newly released, Not My Place , the album is the band’s best work to date. Co-vocalist and guitarist, Scott Macleod comments on the release: “For this album, instead of recording the tracks ourselves, we were recorded by Andy Malcolmson from the band Northern Nightlights. He gave us more freedom to work on the arrangements and the performance, and the result is so much stronger and more diverse in sound than our previous recordings”. Shows and festival appearances will happen this Summer, so check the band’s socials for full details.

 

 

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