Arch Enemy is the new video from Cardiff-based indie pop group Year Of The Dog. Combining upbeat instrumentals with unique vocals and thoughtful lyrics, it’s bound to get your blood pumping.
By Graeme Smith
The track combines marching, stripped back verses with a big brassy chorus, creating a rich and textured soundscape that’ll get you nodding your head and stomping your feet. Lyrically, it tells the story of a love-hate relationship that skewers traditional tales of love.
The video features the guys playing in the middle of Blaenavon Quarry in Torfaen. If Year Of The Dog look familiar to you, you may have seen them in the Netflix series Sex Education in which the lads appear as a swing band.
You can check out the video for Arch Enemy below.
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