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Sincere Engineer share new single and music video ‘Tourniquet’

Today, Chicago indie punk artist, Sincere Engineer, have shared their new single and music video for “Tourniquet”. The song captures the eternal struggle of piercing the line of apathy and motivation with the soaring moment where melancholy bursts into hopeful optimism. Fans can check out the new single and music video here.

On the music video, which features animation by Nolan J. Downs, a high school friend of singer Deanna Belos, Deanna shares, “Nolan and I went to high school together! Ive been following him for a bit and always wanted to work with him on an animation video one day. So it felt right to do it now, since getting together physically to make music videos isnt ideal right now anyway.” The DIY video also perfectly captured the tone of the song by using surreal elements to tell a story that isn’t always able to be told in words.

“Tourniquet” is the follow-up to last year’s debut Hopeless single, Trust Me – a guttural anthem about self-sabotage. Landing on The Alternative’s Most Anticipated Albums in 2021, Sincere Engineer continues to be lauded and have cemented their place as one of punk’s most ambitious and honest bands.


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