Published Dec 08, 2017Toronto rockers Sun K delivered their debut album Northern Lies back in 2015, but they're back with some new material in the form of a video for "Back to Massachusetts."
The jangly, psych-tinged track was produced by Sum 41 bassist Cone McCaslin, and it's slated to appear on the band's upcoming record Bleeding Hearts. The album is expected out next year and is currently available for pre-order here.
The song has been paired with a fun new video that finds the group gallivanting around Toronto landmarks like Trinity Bellwoods Park and axe-throwing emporium BATL.
"The directors [Dan Slater and Adam Booth] came to us with an idea to do a slow-motion water balloon fight with dyed water," lead singer Kristian Montano said in a statement. "Next thing I know I'm walking out of Dufferin Mall with five unicorn onesies."
Naturally, good-humoured chaos ensued. Follow the band around in their fuzzy, one-horned outfits by watching the video for "Back to Massachusetts" below.