Illinois pop punk band Real Friends got their start in late 2010 and quickly signed to Fearless Records three years later. Their debut album Maybe This Place Is The Same And We’re Just Changing was released to mainstream success in the summer of 2014 peaking at #24 on the Bilboard 200.
With no signs of slowing down, the five-piece have just released “Sixteen”, their latest music video and 4th off their label debut. Directed by Max Moore, the video is emotionally driven, bringing lead singer Dan Lambton’s lyrics to life. Taking place inside a bowling alley, Moore really highlights the song’s meaning and uses visuals that make it tough for viewers not to look back on what it was like to be 16.
*New Sick Music is not responsible for the feels you’ll receive from this music video*