Get A Taste Of The Tour Life With Real Friends’ New Video For “Mess”


Since the time they announced their new album The Home Inside My Head earlier this year, self-proclaimed Illinois sad boys Real Friends have done a real bang up job feeding fans new music.

First treating listeners to their catchy and heartfelt single “Colder Quicker,” the pop-punk outfit followed that up with their emotional tune “Scared To Be Alone.” Now, less than a month before their sophomore album drops, the guys have returned with a new tour video for their track “Mess.”          

“’Mess’ is a song about self examination. It’s about finding the light even in the darkest of rooms,” explains bassist/lyricist Kyle Fasel. “The lyrical content has many moments of looking back and knowing that things get better. When I was younger it was always looking back and missing what I once had. But now I realize that the way I was, or the things I had, shaped me into who I am today. I find myself looking back in a more positive way. ‘Mess’ is another chapter in getting better.” 

To check out “Mess” and watch clips from the band’s recent $5 dollar tour, be sure to look below. Afterwards, make sure to pre-order The Home Inside My Head here.

[via Spin]