Philly’s Modern Baseball Releases “Rock Bottom” Video

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On Monday morning, the emo/pop punk band Modern Baseball premiered their music video for “Rock Bottom,” which was recorded in a warehouse in Philadelphia, the band’s hometown.

“You guys are that sad, awkward boy band that people can relate to,” says an onscreen manager to frontman Brendan Lukens at the start of the video. After, Lukens plays acoustic guitar while a series of uncomfortable high school memories cycles behind him, including everything from “gym class” to “post-prom loss of innocence.” Philly pop-punk fans will be thrilled to see that for the entirety of the video that Lukens wears a Marietta t-shirt, a clear shout out to another band in the Philly scene.

Backed by a hoard of teenagers, Lukens and his bandmates escape the warehouse at the end of the song, liberating themselves from their cringe-worthy high school flashbacks – or, their rock bottom.

Check out “Rock Bottom” below, and don’t miss Modern Baseball at Union Transfer on December 12! Get tickets here.

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