Back in 2015, metalcore stalwarts Fallstar released Future Golden Age, the band’s third studio album. They were able to release the album independently as a result of a successful Kickstarter, exceeding the request amount of $5,500. In addition to putting out the album on their own, it allowed the band to create this music video. The video was directed by vocalist Chris Ratzlaff, with additional footage coming from Ratzlaff and his wife, Tiffany.

“This album was crowdfunded and made by possible our friends and fans. Rat Family Records is DIY at its best, and we are so thankful to you for making it possible for us to keep releasing music and making videos. Much Love!”

Future Golden Age is available now.

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