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Blame My Youth Drops “Stupid Human” Single And Video

Photo Credit: Hannah Edelman

LA-based rock quartet Blame My Youth has been making waves with its energetic performances and chart-topping releases. The band has released its latest single “Stupid Human” following a busy 2022 on the road with bands like The Offspring, Lit, and Giovannie & the Hired Guns. The accompanying music video is a compilation of exclusive footage from the band’s recent sold-out run supporting HARDY.

“Stupid Human” is a passionate and deafening acknowledgment of a toxic relationship that one cannot seem to quit. Produced by Grammy-winning veteran hitmaker Joey Moi, the track follows the release of “Prizefighter.” A towering anthem about perseverance that has been heard on ESPN, and CBS drama Fire Country.

Blame My Youth On Tour

Blame My Youth has been on the road supporting HARDY on his the mockingbird & THE CROW Tour across the US. The in-demand shows have been entirely sold out since February. The tour will continue with a two-night stand at The Fillmore in Minneapolis, MN on April 12 and 13.

Frontman Sean Van Vleet is no stranger to big stages. Blame My Youth made its presence known after a trio of festival appearances at Aftershock, Welcome To Rockville, and Louder Than Life. From there they spent the summer of 2022 touring across the UK and the US, showcasing their debut EP.

Listen: Debut EP

Dance With My Demons features rambunctious memorable songs that Blame My Youth is becoming known for. The EP showcases a mix of Van Vleet’s complex emotional lyricism and unforgettable hooks.

All upcoming dates with HARDY are sold out so be on the lookout for more concert announcements. Consider catching the band in action and experience their high-energy performances that have captivated audiences across the nation. So check out “Stupid Human” and let us know your thoughts in the comment section below.

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