Brooklyn DIY punk band THICK have shared their new song “Love You Forever.” The track is the first song released by the band since their critically acclaimed debut album 5 Years Behind.

Referring to the track as their “first honest love song,” the band originally wrote the song as a gift for a friend’s wedding this past year. “It’s about unconditional love and getting through the hard times — knowing that love transcends all of life’s chapters,” adds THICK. “The song is meant to encapsulate the idea of loving your partners, your friends, and most of all loving yourself.“

Alongside the track, the band have shared an upbeat music video directed by Aimee Kuge and inspired by 70s era zombie films, Aimee reinterpreted the theme of the song and channeled it into the idea of self-love and revival. “Instead of focusing on romantic love, we decided to go on a quest for self-love in this music video showing how transformative it can be,” shares THICK.

Check out the video here:

The Brooklyn punks will be touring in Europe and the UK with The Distillers in June. For more information, visit:

Tour Dates (w/ The Distillers):

06/02 – Berlin – Zitadelle
06/06 – Hamburg – Fabrik
06/07 – Hamburg – Fabrik
06/12 – Castle Donington – Download Festival
06/14 – Amsterdam – Melkweg
06/15 – Amsterdam – Melkweg
06/18 – Antwerp – Trix
06/19 – Luxembourg City – den Atelier

Artwork for ‘Love You Forever’ by THICK

I have an unhealthy obsession with bad horror movies, the song Wanted Dead Or Alive and crap British game shows. I do this not because of the sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll lifestyle it affords me but more because it gives me an excuse to listen to bands that sound like hippos mating.