W.C. Lindsay Release Their Energetic Music Video For “Kids These Days”

August 2, 2015
Jessica Flynn

Jessica Flynn

W.C. Lindsay Energetic Video For “Kids These Days”

Easy Victim, Charitable Deceptions Available Now
via Big Footprints Records


Philadelphia electro-pop outfut W.C. Lindsay are premiering their energetic video for“Kids These Days” via Substream Magazine. “Kids These Days” comes off their 2014 album Easy Victims, Charitable Deceptions, released via Big Footprints Records. With each sale of Easy Victims, Charitable Deceptions Big Footprints also  gives a donation of $1.00 to Big Brothers, Big Sisters.
Watch W.C. Lindsay’s video for “Kids These Days” now via Substream Magazine.
The video for “Kids These Days,” directed by Richard Hamilton, showcases W.C. Lindsay’s energetic punk rock spirit through their compilation of tour footage. The video follows the band everywhere from basements to festivals as they win over their strong, underground fan base. The new video comes in anticipation of new music from W.C. Lindsay this summer and fall.

Easy Victims, Charitable Deceptions tracklist:

1. Into The Night
2. Kids These Days
3. Slowly, So Sweet
4. Kelsey
5. Oregon
6. Grow
7. Hard Youth, Hardly You
8. Little Ghost
9. Finally Learning The Language
10. Tree
11. Hum & Roar
12. Ungrow

Tour Dates:08/20 – Philadelphia, PA – Boot and Saddle
w/ Ten Million & The Weekender

W.C. Lindsay, an electro-pop group born out of the Philadelphia punk scene, takes pride in their musical duality. Self describing the band’s sound as “The Beastie Boys watching The Breakfast Club at Warped Tour,” frontman William Charles Lindsay found a way to create an authentic identity out of a variety of influences. Raised on a scene of frontmen screaming their hearts out down in the crowd, Lindsay vowed to emulate this passion, no matter what style of music he was to create. “If someone cares enough to come see me, they’re going to get everything.”

The parameters were set forth, and so the music grew. Lindsay’s addition of live drums and bass to his performance pushed the punk live agenda, while his live sampling and lap steel guitar bring a hands-on aesthetic to the electronic sound. The W. C. Lindsay band has floored audiences in cities all over the country and brought it’s unique brand of electro-pop to audiences big and small, with major artists such as B.o.B., Major Lazer, J. Boog, and Twenty One Pilots.

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