Noise Exclusive: Relive Sad Summer Fest With Last Night Saved My Life’s “Waterfall” Video Featuring Derek DiScanio

For everyone dreading the start of the new school year, this one goes out to you. Serving as one final reminder of all the summer fun we had, pop-punk up-and-comers Last Night Saved My Life have just debuted their new Sad Summer Fest-themed music video for “Waterfall.” 

Premiering today exclusively on The Noise, the Michigan five-piece have compiled everything from their hometown set at Sad Summer Fest (including an extra special guest appearance) and put it into one jam-packed video for us all to enjoy.

Talking about the new clip and what it was like to film their video with their closest friends and family, vocalist Wilson Shaner said, “We had so much fun with this video. It sort of felt like the culmination of everything we had been working towards. The video was filmed at Sad Summer Fest in Pontiac, Michigan and it highlights just how awesome the day really was. We met a ton of great people (many of whom are shown in the video) and had the opportunity to play in front of a packed out room.” 

Shaner went on to add, “We had never done a real live performance music video before, so it was really cool to do it for the first time at Sad Summer. It also worked out great because Derek DiScanio from State Champs, who is featured in ‘Waterfall,’ was able to be at our set so he made an appearance in the video. The live shots mixed in with a bunch of shenanigans from the day just make the video a great recap of the festival!”

To check out Last Night Saved My Life’s new video featuring Derek DiScanio of State Champs, be sure to look below. Afterward, make sure to pick up a copy of the band’s debut LP Cherry which was co-produced by DiScanio and Seth Henderson.