Pop-punk act FigureItOut released the music video for the single “Endless Nights” off of the new full-length album ‘Searching For More’. The track has already surpassed 6 million collective streams on Spotify and been featured on Spotify’s New Punk Tracks playlist.
About the track, frontman Mike Weakley stated:
“The song is about that feeling you had when you were younger as if the night was never ending.”
Fronted by Phoenix-based artist Mike Weakley, the new album has already received support from several editorial Spotify playlists and the seal of approval from Silverstein’s Shane Told on his Lead Singer Syndrome podcast.
As we gear up for spooky season, the music video for “Endless Nights” offers one last taste of suburban summer vibes. Telling the story Tarentino style, the video begins with Weakley’s bike being stolen and then proceeds to show the events that led up to it.
FigureItOut began in 2012 as a solo project inspired by the nostalgic pop-punk of New Found Glory and blink-182 and infused with modern melodic acts like The Story So Far, Neck Deep, and Knuckle Puck. Weakley released two EPs with a full band before returning to a one-man show in 2018.
FigureItOut recently recorded a soon-to-be released live concert. Joining him in the live performance is blessthefall guitarist Eric Lambert with lighting provided by Carlos Kats (The Maine/Neck Deep).
Photo Credit: Vince Dwyer