AJR just dropped the futuristic video for their new song "100 Bad Days"
AJR kicked off 2019 with an undeniable offbeat anthem “100 Bad Days,” which has already has over 20 MILLION streams and is approaching top 20 at Alt Radio. Now, they’ve dropped the futuristic video for the song. Directed by Tim Nackashi (Dua Lipa, Maroon 5, Death Cab For Cutie), the video sees the band performing the song virtually dismembered incorporating surreal intergalactic graphics and effects. It was produced by London Alley and incorporates a pixel sorting effect with chroma key reveals.
The band will debut the song on the outdoor stage of Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Monday, March 11. Check out the video below:
The hotly anticipated new single follows their latest release “Burn The House Down” which recently earned an RIAA GOLD certification. Their 2017 sophomore LP The Click [AJR Productions/S-Curve/BMG] also earned an RIAA GOLD certification and includes PLATINUM certified single “Weak” and GOLD certified single “Sober Up.” The band crossed 1 BILLION streams and they are the only new band to have multiple songs on Billboard’s “Top 10 Alternative Songs of 2018.”
AJR sold over 100,000 tickets on their Click Tour in 2018, which wrapped up with a SOLD OUT show at NYC’s Hammerstein Ballroom in December. US festival performances at BottleRock, Bonnaroo and Firefly confirmed. More dates will be announced soon.