Post-punkers Past Five start a revolution with new “Dop(e)amine” music video


Swedish post-punk/alt-metal band Past Five have revealed a music video for their new single Dop(e)amine. The video was directed by Alexander Pettersson & Rasmus Klasson of Recvidd. Watch their Dop(e)amine music video right now:

The track is a soaring rock anthem about the will to change the world, and the consequences thereof. For some, a change can be positive but for others, that same change can tip the balance of the universe and affect others with devastating consequences. Will the changes you make in life improve or destroy the lives of others? The track was produced by Jonathan Wallin.

“Filming this video was a truly unique experience where we learned quite a lot about ourselves as a band, the people around us, and how it feels to record a serious video with so many people in motion” says bassist Alexander Orlov. “We also got a perspective of how many people actually care about what we do, and that we are surrounded by a great crowd of people that support us in what we are trying to achieve.” Guitarist Jonathan Yderhag adds, “We really enjoyed shooting this video, it almost felt like playing live again which is a feeling we have missed badly.”

Download the single on iTunes or Amazon MP3, and stream it via Spotify, Apple Music, Deezer, Amazon Music, Pandora, iHeartRadio, and more here. For more information on Past Five and  their Dop(e)amine music video, please visit them on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Past Five lineup
Jonathan Wallin (Guitar/Lead Vocals), Jonathan Yderhag (Guitar/Backing Vocals), Simon Hellgren (Guitar/Backing Vocals), Alexander Orlov (Bass), Jerri Lassinniemi (Drums)

Past Five

Photo: Sebastian Gustavsson-Amundsen


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