Not one to shy away from sharing their emotions, pop-punk quintet Real Friends may have just put out one of the most heartbreaking videos they have ever released.
Set to their track “Sixteen,” the new music video focuses on a young boy attempting to celebrate his sixteenth birthday alone in a bowling alley.
When asked about the new video, bassist Kyle Fasel recently told Billboard he and his bandmates we’re pretty happy with how things came out.
“This song is one of our favorites from the album,” Fasel explained. “Max Moore, who directed the video, was really able to capture the song’s emotion with this music video. And it’s filmed in a bowling alley, so that’s pretty sick.”
To check out the depressing video, be sure to grab some tissues and look below. Afterwards, make sure to not only pick up a copy of Real Friends’ latest record Maybe This Place Is The Same, And We’re Just Changing, but also make sure to pick up tickets to see them out on the Common Visions Tour with Gnarwolves, Counterparts, Every Time I Die and more.