10 Years Release Music Video for ‘Novacaine,’ Prep New Album


Story by Cat Badra

10 Years is back with a new album and rock single

The guys of 10 Years have unleashed the music video for their song “Novacaine,” the first single from their upcoming album, “(How to Live) As Ghosts.” The video is currently streaming now on YouTube.

The clip depicts a man working a tiresome office job and feeling stuck in a repetitive situation. As he looks around and time goes on, the folks around him become strange, grey outlines of themselves.

This upcoming album was a collaborative effort between band members.

“It used to be that just Jesse (Hasek, singer) and I would write the full song, and the other guys would add a little spice to it,” said guitarist and drummer Brian Vodinh said in a statement. “This time, we’re starting the writing process as a full band. Sometimes it starts with a riff. Sometimes it starts with a vocal. Our formula is no formula, and it kind of works. And, we work together in a constructive and healthy environment now.”

“(How to Live) As Ghosts” will mark the eighth studio record from 10 Years. The set will arrive Oct. 27. The guys will spend music of this fall on the road in support of the album with fellow rockers Otherwise, RED and Chevelle on select tour dates. The band’s fall tour is currently scheduled to run through a Nov. 11 gig in Indianapolis. Find the full list of tour dates via 10YearsMusic.com.

Photo credit: Elizabeth Wiseman



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