Waxflower have unveiled the music video for their new single ‘Sixteen Floors’.

‘Sixteen Floors’ sees the band venture further into their heart-on-sleeve, poignant brand of pop punk, as an honest and open account of anxiety and a relationship breakdown. 

“When filming ‘Sixteen Floors’ we tried to capture the explosive moments of anxiety and sadness associated with heartbreak,” reveals frontman Tristan Higginson. “We wanted to tap in to what made the writing process so cathartic, representing those themes visually by cutting between two scenes. One based inside a church, the other inside a car, both portraying opposite sides of a breakdown. I believe ‘Sixteen Floors’ portrays the chaotic inner monologue I felt at the time of writing.”

The band will be donating all streaming revenue from the month of June to Victorian Aboriginal Legal Service and Black Lives Matter. This will be matched by their label, Rude Records.

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