Aussie rockers C.O.F.F.I.N have unveiled another new video from their forthcoming album.
Perfectly fusing punk energy with metal guitar and eighty-a-day public bar vocals, 'Factory Man' is the third single to be taken from the Sydney quartet's fifth full-length, Australia Stops, which is due out on 15 September through Bad Vibrations.
"The song is loosely based around a close friendship my mum had with a really talented artist," says singing drummer Ben Portnoy. "He was not able to support his family on art alone and would do FIFO work in the WA mines to fill out the funds. On one such stint, a cherry picker he was on malfunctioned, and he was crushed, losing his life. This song ruminates on the idea of being lost and defeated by things that shouldn’t define you in the first place."
Australia Stops is available to pre-order here.
Pic by Jacob McCann