Victory Records’ ForeverAtLast dropped a new music video today for their track “Machines.” The song comes from the Indianapolis-based band’s most recent album, Ghosts Again. Vocalist Brittany Paris spoke about the track via press release:

“I love telling stories, and ‘Machines’ was a fun one to write. This one was shaped into a murder mystery. It talks about someone else getting blamed for a crime somebody else committed and how sure the accused is they will get caught. In everyday life, people get blamed for the actions of someone else all the time. But we can take heart in knowing the truth and our suffering doesn’t go to the wayside.”

The band will head back out on tour May 27 with Give and Take.

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