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Your Favourite Enemies “Just Want You to Know”

Submitted by on June 16, 2014 – 8:23 amNo Comment

Your Favourite EnemiesThe Montreal band that has been labelled “Canada’s best kept secret” has released an inspiring new video for their single “I Just Want You to Know”

The first release from their internationally acclaimed album Between Illness and Migration which has been topping charts from here to the UK, debuting at #2 on the iTunes chart.

Since the release of the album in late May, they’ve already cleared five digitd in sales here at home, and over 150k worldwide now and they’re showing no signs of slowing down.

The video features professional skateboarders Naohiro Abe, Ryo Sejiri and also Hirotoshi Kawabuchi and also international fire artitst Adam Lobbestael and even the avant-garde Japanese “Firebandits.”

Needless to say it makes for an extremely visually appealing and interesting video, but such powerful visuals are important for such a powerful song. The entire video is shot in black and white, but presents an immensly colourful picture.

Your Favourite Enemies is a classic example of the cloak held over Canadian music, whereas they are relatively unknown at home even though they’re blowing up overseas and everywhere else around the world.

They’re finally attaining the recognition and success they deserve here in Canada, and their tenacity and DIY attitude are giving them the edge they need to live out their punk-rock dream turned reality. 


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