Cinemetal Premiere: The Austerity Take a Ride Through the Streets of NYC in “Song 30”
What is it like to be mega-rockstar and sex symbol Justin Foley — one-half of The Austerity Program (along with Thad Calabrese) and columnist for MetalSucks — when he gets on his bike and races through the streets of midtown Manhattan on a fine Summer eve? This is the question on the lips of every Tiger Beat subscriber in North America, and now, Foley has been gracious enough to answer it via TAP’s new video for their track “Song 30.” Which means that not only do we get the vicarious thrill of seeing the world through Foley’s eyes, but we get that thrill accompanied by an AWESOME soundtrack, which also really helps to bolster the sense of danger in the clip. Because Justin Foley refuses to take a limo. He lives on the edge. People didn’t recently name him The Sexiest Man Alive for no reason! “Live fast, die young, leave a good looking corpse,” that’s Justin’s motto.
Check out the video for “Song 30” below. It appears on The Austerity Program’s most recent release, Beyond Calculation, which is now available as both a digital download and a vinyl edition via Bandcamp!