Victory Kid exclusively premieres TUCK FRUMP music video

Pop-punk band Victory Kid is exclusively premiering the music video for their track "Tuck Frump" via Atwood Magazine. 

The track comes off of their debut EP "Illenials" which was released this past May. 
"'Tuck Frump' was written the week Trump was inaugurated, during a time that we felt a shift in global politics. The goal of this song is to recognize that citizens are part of a system designed to send wealth to the rich while turning average Americans against each other, and from that to inspire hope for a future where that can change. Harmony starts when everyone's needs are met," vocalist Harrison Nida said.
Victory Kid's follow-up EP "Thrillenials," released earlier this month, was co-produced by the band's very own frontman Harrison Nida and Allan Hessler (Avenged Sevenfold, The Used). 

The horns heard on the EP were tracked by Matt Appleton, saxophonist of the extremely popular ska-punk band, Reel Big Fish. Thrillenials is the follow up to the bands successful debut EP "Illenials," released this past May. 

Both EPs are part of a series of releases the band has recorded that are inspired by the band's frustration with the negative stigma associated with millennials.

Earlier this summer, Victory Kid released the music video for their first single off of Thrillenials, "Clownin." 

Check out the music video for the band's track, which was inspired by the creepy clown sightings that happened a couple years ago in the U.S., HERE.

Victory Kid is Southern California's answer to a question that has yet to be asked. With their high-energy blend of pop-punk, ska and rock music, they allude to a time when everything was possible and nothing was off the table. 

"Thrillenials" and the band's previous EP "Illenials" draw inspiration from the band's love of real, heartfelt music and political activism, creating a unique mix that's unlike any other band in their genre.

Victory Kid is Harrison Nida (Singer, Rhythm Guitarist), Nathan Kersey Wilson (Bassist, Backing Vocals), and Carlo Ribaux (Drums).