Hot Water Music channel’s classic skate videos for “Collect Your Things and Run” music video

hot water music have shared the second single from their upcoming album feel the void, their first album with producer Brian McTernan since the mid-2000s. “Collect Your Things and Run” is an anthemic ripper that seems like it could adapt Caution, and it’s accompanied by a clip inspired by a skate video, made with the help of Andrew Canon of Santa Cruz Skateboards and featuring pro skateboarders Steve “Salba” Alba, Emmanuel Guzman, Jereme Knibbs and Kevin Brown.

“The end result is cooler than anything we could have hoped for, and we all felt like kids making and watching the video again,” said Hot Water Music bassist Jason Black. Co-vocalist/guitarist Chris Wollard added, “In some ways it’s about standing up for who you are, but it’s also about finding out who you really are. It’s about learning to live in the moment and not letting circumstances get you down. accept and accept each other. It’s okay to be a work in progress.”

Watch the video and find out about the band’s upcoming tour dates (including concerts with AVAILABLE, Strike Anywhere, Good Riddance, The Menzingers, Bad Cop / Bad Cop, and Brian McTernan’s band Be well) below.

Hot Water Music – 2022 Tour Dates
FEBRUARY
09 — Baltimore, MD — Ottobar #
10 – Cleveland, OH – Beachland Ballroom#
11 – Detroit, MI – The Crofoot #
12 – Chicago, IL – Lower Lounge #
25 – Carrboro, NC – Cat’s Cradle &
26 – Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade and
27 — St. Petersburg, Florida — Janus Live &

MARCH
23 – Boston, MA – The Sinclair ^
24 – New York, NY – Elsewhere ^
25 – Garwood, NJ – Crossroads ^
26 – Garwood, NJ – Crossroads ^
27 — Philadelphia, Pennsylvania — Underground Arts ^

APRIL
09 — Toronto, ON — Phoenix Concert Theater *
10 — London, ON — London Music Hall
12 — Winnipeg, MB — The Park Theater
13—Edmonton, AB—Union Hall*
14 — Calgary, AB — The Palace Theater *
15 — Victoria, BC — Capitol Ballroom
16 — Vancouver, BC — Vogue*

JUNE
10 – Denver, CO – The Gothic Theater (with Elway)

JULY
07 — Los Angeles, California — The Roxy %
08 — Garden Grove, CA — Garden Amp %
09 — San Francisco, California — Great American Music Hall %

SEPTEMBER
16 – Portland, OR – Doug Fir
17 – Seattle, WA – The Crocodile

* – co-title with The Menzingers
# – with Tim Barry and Be Well
& – with availability and well-being
^-w/ Hit anywhere and be well
% — with good riddance and bad cop/bad cop

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