Shark Club show off their reference-laden video for 'Bill Murray'

by Maciej Lewicki

Shark Club have been a mainstay of the NJ emo scene for quite a while now, despite not having released music for over 4 years at this point. This changed on September 3rd with their announcement of the upcoming album Here Be Electric Joy and first single, Four Cups In. Hitting all the emo milestones, Four Cups In has been in heavy rotation for us and today we are happy to be premiering the music video for their next single, Bill Murray. Stuffed with wacky costumes and references to Ghostbusters and what I can only assume to be other Bill Murray films (don’t get mad at me, I was born and raised in Poland), the video is a great time and a throwback to more fourth-wave traditions compared to a lot of other recent bands. In a sea of bit-crushed drums and massively distorted guitars, Shark Club stand out with a simple catchy emo and we’re very excited to hear the rest of the album!

Shark Club show off their reference-laden video for 'Bill Murray'

by Maciej Lewicki

Shark Club have been a mainstay of the NJ emo scene for quite a while now, despite not having released music for over 4 years at this point. This changed on September 3rd with their announcement of the upcoming album Here Be Electric Joy and first single, Four Cups In. Hitting all the emo milestones, Four Cups In has been in heavy rotation for us and today we are happy to be premiering the music video for their next single, Bill Murray. Stuffed with wacky costumes and references to Ghostbusters and what I can only assume to be other Bill Murray films (don’t get mad at me, I was born and raised in Poland), the video is a great time and a throwback to more fourth-wave traditions compared to a lot of other recent bands. In a sea of bit-crushed drums and massively distorted guitars, Shark Club stand out with a simple catchy emo and we’re very excited to hear the rest of the album!