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Waterparks share personal new single and video, Just Kidding

Watch the video for Waterparks’ darkly honest new single, Just Kidding.

With upcoming fourth album Greatest Hits less than 10 days away now, Waterparks have shared another track from the release: Just Kidding.

The darkly personal new single – which showcases just how versatile and varied this record will be – also comes accompanied by an understated video directed by Jawn Rocha and frontman Awsten Knight. Check it out below.

Read this: In conversation with De’Wayne and Awsten Knight: The rock scene should look like how the world looks – and that’s a lot of different people…”

Speaking to Kerrang! earlier this year about Greatest Hits, Awsten revealed: It’s for sure the most experimental so far. Actually, my friend Travis was like, You know what I like about these songs? You’re constantly like, Wooo, arghhh!’ It seems like you’re having a lot of fun!’ And I was like, I was having fun, but also, like, breaking down…’ (laughs). It’s a lot of craziness.”

He continued, There’s definitely a lot of paranoid and angry songs. It’s hard to not feel those things. I mean, I just already feel a lot of that anyway. But at the same time, with everything else externally going on in the world, it’s hard to not feel angry and fucking paranoid. You feel constricted, almost, when you can’t fucking do anything, or leave. It strains your relationships with everyone you know.”

Watch Just Kidding below:

Awsten recently shared the full Greatest Hits tracklist – aaaaaaand that is as follows:

1. Greatest Hits
2. Fuzzy
3. Lowkey As Hell
4. Numb
5. Violet!
6. Snow Globe
7. Just Kidding
8. The Secret Life Of Me
9. American Graffiti
10. You’d Be Paranoid Too (If Everyone Was Out To Get You)
11. Fruit Roll Ups
12. Like It
13. Gladiator (Interlude)
14. Magnetic
15. Crying Over It All
16. Ice Bath
17. See You In The Future

Catch Waterparks live at the following UK dates:

August 2021

30 Glasgow King Tuts
31 Leeds Key Club

September 2021

2 London Tufnell Park Dome
3 Birmingham O2 Institute2
4 Leeds Slam Dunk Festival North (acoustic and full set)
5 Hatfield Slam Dunk Festival South (acoustic and full set)

June 2022

17 Leeds O2 Academy
18 Manchester Academy
19 Glasgow O2 Academy
21 Nottingham Rock City
22 London O2 Academy Brixton
23 Bristol O2 Academy
25 Birmingham O2 Academy

Slam Dunk Festival 2021 updated line up May
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