Check out the premiere of the new video for “Webster’s Dictionary Defines Marriage As” from Los Angeles-based Countless Thousands.

SoCal punk band Countless Thousands have a new video, released today on October 21, exclusively here on National Rock Review. “Webster’s Dictionary Defines Marriage As” is a mix of food items in pairs — a bagel and cream cheese, milk and cookies, soup and salad — symbolizing that some things are just meant to be. To exemplify the point, the video also includes people enjoying the company of another.

The enthusiasm and energy of Countless Thousands can felt in their tight, bouncy rhythms and rockabilly-punk beats. Their material is written for people who simply love music with a sound that is straightforward and unassuming.

You can find “Webster’s Dictionary Defines Marriage As” by Countless Thousands on their album, You’re Goddamn Right, coming out October 28, 2016.

For those interested in more, the band produced a four-hour behind the scenes video.

Countless Thousands is a punk rock band from Los Angeles, California consisting of Danger Van Gorder (vox/guitar), Davey Munch (bass), Light Return (guitar/vox), and Jonathan David (drums).

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Melanie Gomez is a concert reviewer and photographer living in the NY/NJ area. She graduated from William Paterson University with a BA in print journalism music with management as her minor. Her goal is to show people that they aren't alone, and that music is a healthy alternative to making better choices and meeting new people in their life. By sharing her pictures and experiences in the music world, she hopes to inspire other people to live their dreams and to never give up no matter what anyone says. She believes that everyone is capable of conquering their goals as long as they put their mind to it.

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