Victory Records’ ForeverAtLast released their debut album, Ghosts Again, today, and have simultaneously premiered two videos to accompany the drop. The female-fronted rock group leads with a live music video for the band’s second single from the album, “Shoreline.” Vocalist Brittany Paris spoke via press release about the newest track and its accompanying music video:

“We hit the road at the end of July … to create the ‘Shoreline’ video with our Victory team. This song has so much energy and sass, it was nothing but fun to film and perform. Translating this song live is even more fun because we get to share that experience with everyone and bounce off of each others’ energy. Having all of our friends and fans in the video makes it even cooler. ‘Shoreline’ is a killer song and definitely one of my favorites from the album.”

In addition, the band has also put together a playthrough of their first single, “Bad Blood.” Both songs come from that debut album, which you can also stream in full at the bottom of this post.

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