No Resolve are preparing to drop their first full length studio album titled Unity and have released a video for the first single, “The Pusher.”
Southeast Michigan’s No Resolve is preparing to drop Unity on January 6, 2017. The band has spent the past six years building an avid local fan base. The first album single, “The Pusher,” is a glimpse into what might help elevate the band to a national audience.
Filmed here in Michigan, the video was directed and edited by Bryson Roatch, brother of Jacoby Shaddix of Papa Roach. WWBN/Flint Banana 101.5’s Tony Labrie considers the video “dark, twisted and bad ass,” which also sums up everything about the band’s forthcoming album!
If you like what you hear, you can head over to iTunes and pre-order Unity now.
The band is preparing an official CD release party for the upcoming album. Until then, enjoy these photos of them taken at The Machine Shop by our photographer Thom Seling.
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