Los Angeles rock band Together Pangea today shared a creepy new music video for “The Cold”, off their latest album Bulls and Roosters. Directed by Ryan Baxley (FIDLAR, The Front Bottoms, Bleached), the clip pays homage to classic horror and science fiction films. Upset Magazine premiered the video. Watch it HERE.
Bulls and Roosters was released on August 25, 2017 via Nettwerk. The album is available physically and digitally now HERE.
Earlier this month, Together Pangea wrapped a massive 34-city North American tour in support of the album. Next week, the band will embark on the UK and European leg of the Bulls and Roosters tour. A complete list of upcoming live dates and ticket information can be found HERE.
About Together Pangea
On their latest full-length album and first for Nettwerk, Bulls and Roosters, Together Pangea managed to hit a sweet spot between writing rock ‘n’ roll songs worthy of being hummed twenty years from now and maintaining the brash and ballsy bite fans know and love. Since they began jamming back in William’s Santa Clarita bedroom, Together Pangea have continually challenged themselves with each subsequent offering. Jelly Jam  poured the gasoline, Living Dummy struck the match, and Badillac  lit the fire with its revved up nineties rock-inspired flames. Along the way, fan favorites like “Sick Shit,” “Badillac,” and “Offer” would rack up millions of Spotify streams. “Snakedog” became a plot point in a bonkers episode of NCIS and “Sick Shit” soundtracked a trailer for HBO’s Animals, while the group received support from Consequence of Sound, Pitchfork, MTV, Stereogum, and more. Following the 2015 release of The Phage EP, produced by The Replacements’ Tommy Stinson, the boys independently embarked on the journey to what would become Bulls and Roosters. Now it represents their growth as a tried-and-true rock band with just the right amount of “brattiness,” as they like to say.
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