Dryjacket has released a new music video for their song “Patron Without Funds,” exclusively with Paste Magazine. The song comes off the band’s debut album For Posterity, which was released in January and is available for streaming and purchase now. The video for “Patron Without Funds” was shot in New York City and directed by Josh Coll.
If you’ve never heard of Dryjacket before, they’re a New Jersey indie band who joined Yellowcard on their farewell tour last October (RIP Yellowcard! “Ocean Avenue” will always and forever be a jam). For Posterity, their first album and a promising debut, “documents a series of unfavorable events that led to a pretty tough year,” says vocalist and guitarist Joe Junod. Despite the unfortunate circumstances the album describes, the band is extremely happy with the final product, and they look forward to be able to continue making honest music for their fans.
The “Patron Without Funds” video portrays a Wall Street man who dreams big, and it sends a message to those of us who are wondering if we can really do the things we’ve always imagined. It’s inspiring and motivating, and it makes you want to go out and run after your dreams with determination.
Dryjacket includes Joe Junod, guitarist and vocalist Brad Wyllner, bassist and vocalist Ian Foley and drummer Adam Cerdan. If “Patron Without Funds” gets you hooked on the band, they’ve got an upcoming show in Philly! See them live at Johnny Brenda’s on June 16th along with bands Joy Riding and Sad Actor, and keep up with them on social media for more announcements. Watch the “Patron Without Funds” video through the link provided by Paste Magazine.
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