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Watch New Threads skate down a parking garage in new music video

New Threads has recently released a music video for their July 2018 hit and Felonious Wilma lead single "Alone, Leave Me".
The video, which was the band's first without bassist Eric Chalifour since 2018's "Now & Then," depicts the band (Jacob Keplinger, Justin Siegel, and Jake Burdock) as they skate down a four-story parking garage while lip-syncing to the track. 

"Alone, Leave Me" was directed by the band, and founding bassist Robby Angelotti assisted in filming and took the promo shots that the video was released alongside. The song was released initially on July 20, 2018, and shot the band into overnight success when it was featured on major playlists and radio stations nationwide. It is the band's best-selling single so far.
The song is taken from Felonious Wilma, which is available at on all major online retailers.
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The cover photo was taken by Eric Chalifour and edited by Jacob Keplinger and features Chalifour's dog, Hobbes. You can watch the lyric video below:

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More information will come shortly regarding physical copies of these albums.