Militarie Gun - 'Never Fucked Up Once'

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Militarie Gun have shared the video for 'Never Fucked Up Once' a highlight from the band's critically acclaimed debut 'Life Under The Gun' that was released in June. The Audri Mirzaie-directed video finds Militarie Gun bandleader Ian Shelton beaten, dragged and run through the streets of Los Angeles by his fellow band members and friends, including Spenser Granese (Barry, Fear The Walking Dead, Better Call Saul).

The video's release comes alongside the announcement of a split 7" with Mississippi's MSPAINT. 'Paint Gun' the 7" includes Militarie Gun's 'Can't Get None' featuring MSPAINT and MSPAINT's 'Delete It' featuring Militarie Gun. The 7" is available for pre-order now here and will be available on the band's NorthAmerican tour with Scowl by the time the tour hits Atlanta on September 22nd. 

The tour with Scowl launches this Friday in Los Angeles and will see the two bands perform 32 dates together with support from MSPAINT and Big Laugh before concluding at Berkeley's iconic 924 Gilman Street on October 21st. Following the tour, Militarie Gun will set sail on the S.S. Neverender from Miami, Florida for a four day cruise with Coheed and Cambria, Sunny Day Real Estate, Mannequin Pussy, Motion City Soundtrack and more ahead of Levitation Fest in Austin, Texas on October 28th. See all upcoming live dates below and get more ticket info at militariegun.com.

'Life Under The Gun' has proven to be one of the year's most celebrated albums, released to praise from the likes of Rolling Stone, Pitchfork, NME, Revolver, Stereogum, SPIN, Paste, HEAVY MAG, Blunt Mag, HAPPY and more. The album has landed on multiple best-albums-of-the-year-so-far lists including Alternative Press, Stereogum and Rolling Stone, who stated Life Under The Gun has "taken everything that’s uniquely cathartic about the hardcore and lacquered it with insanely catchy melodies."

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