Watch The Chaos Of A Trash Boat Show With New “Controlled Burn” Video

Just days before they hit the road with Movements, Boston Manor and Drug Church, UK outfit Trash Boat have just debuted a brand new music video for their Crown Shyness track “Controlled Burn.” 

Giving fans a look at what’s in store for those who see them out on tour, Trash Boat’s new music video is three minutes and 52 seconds of intense live footage. 

Talking about the new high-energy visual, frontman Tobi Duncan said, "The video represents the culmination of our live performance so far. How we’ve adapted our ‘close quarters’ style to fill out bigger rooms. We wanted to show our fans at their best, cutting loose and having as good of a time as we do every set.“   

As for the track itself, Duncan commented, ”'Controlled Burn’ is a song about responsibility, about recognizing all the problems in my life that are my own fault. All the things that are so easily fixed through just not giving in to instant gratification. So obvious in theory but rarely practiced. Humble yourself to your own choices and learn to make the ones that feed your future rather than your present. Tear away a small piece to prevent the rest from falling apart. Control the burn before it gets to you.“

To check out Trash Boat’s new music video, be sure to look below. Afterward, to grab tickets to see the band on tour, head here.