Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes have premiered the video for new single Trouble. Directed by Niall Coffey, the video sees Frank hunted down, captured and tortured by a mystery trio.
As intense, visceral and relentless as the the frontman’s famed live presence, this new clip finds the blood smeared getaway Frank Carter in lots and lots of trouble, following in the equally tense video for ‘Juggernaut’, and hot on the heels of a sold out London date and a bunch of UK dates with The Bronx.
‘Trouble’ is the second single to be taken from Carter’s debut album Blossom, which charted at 18 in the UK’s Official Album Charts last month. The album, DIY in every sense of the word, was written, played, funded, and designed, by Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes, and topped the UK Vinyl Charts on release.
“Carter is such an angry motherf**ker that he can inject venom into any song that allows any band he’s playing with to explore a range of styles outside of the hardcore milieu and the end product is still going to sound punk as f*ck.” – Hysteria Magazine
“On viciously vitriolic form, Frank Carter has lost none of the bite that made his days with Brit-punk revivalists Gallows so vital.” – NME
“Carter is back in the saddle with an album that connects with a big right hook.” – Beat Magazine
“Blossom balances its weightiness with a freeing, nihilistic furiousness.” – Blunt Magazine