Bowling For Soup Release Brand New Music Video For “Don’t Be A Dick”

Following on from the huge success of Bowling For Soup’s Slam Dunk Festival headline appearance, Jaret, Chris, Erik and Gary are delighted to share their new music video with the world.

Don’t Be A Dick is the second single to be released from Bowling For Soup’s critically acclaimed album Drunk Dynasty. For this epic NSFW video, BFS enlisted the animation skills of Chris Fafalios from the band Punchline. Immortalised within the video is a former crew member that recently left the BFS team, he was not aware of his star role until after the video was released, having helped create Bowling For Soup history, he is now part of the very fabric forever.

Check out the video right now, soak in the message and go forth with the mantra of “Don’t Be  A Dick!”

 

Headlining The Fireball Stage at Slam Dunk has topped what has been a fantastic last eighteen months for Bowling For Soup with many notable achievements. This time last year they embarked on the “How About Another Round Tour” in the UK, which sold out almost every night and saw the band play to almost 30,000 people alongside their friends in The Dollyrots and Lacey.

They were back to wow UK audiences again in October as special guests on Steel Panthers’ arena tour, something which was swiftly followed by the release of their hugely popular new album Drunk Dynasty. The year was capped off by the release of Bowling For Soup’s first official live acoustic CD and DVD, Live In A Freakin’ English Church, recorded right here in the UK at London’s majestic Union Chapel. 

Next up on the Bowling For Soup itinerary is the Jaret Reddick UK solo tour “Heartache & Hilarity” coming up this September. These intimate shows will see Jaret talking about all things BFS & Jaret and playing songs from his career, tickets are available right now on http://www.ticketmaster.co.uk and https://www.axs.com.

 

 

Bowling For Soup:
Jaret Reddick-Guitar and vocals
Chris Burney-Guitar
Erik Chandler-Bass and backing vocals
Gary Wiseman-Drummer