Comeback Kid has released a new music video for “Losing Sleep,” the latest track from the band’s Die Knowing album, released last April. The video was shot live in concert from shows around the globe, designed to give the viewer a sense of the “full-contact” shows Comeback Kid loves to put on. The video shows footage of guest vocalist Poli Correia of Devil in Me. Vocalist Andrew Neufeld, via press release, release this statement about the video:

This video is a compilation of the last two years of our life and ‘Losing Sleep’ is one of the hardest hitting songs we’ve ever wrote.

Next month, Comeback Kid will release Rain City Sessions +1, a 10″ vinyl release for Record Store Day, including a cover of the Nirvana Nevermind track, “Territorial Pissings.”

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