Dutch punk rock band THE 101’s just released a brand new video for the track “No Man’s Land”, taken from the album “For The Years” which was released March 2014 on White Russian Records (NL), I For Us Records (BE), No Panic (DE) and No Reason Records (IT).
The album, recorded by Robin van Loenen (Destine) and mastered by Troy Glessner (Propagandhi, MxPx, Anberlin) spawned the single “Chances” earlier this year.
“Chances” ended up on many national and a international playlists, with the video, also shot by Niels Bourgonje – known for his work with John Coffey-, quickly racking up over 10.000 views on YouTube.
The band is currently gearing up for a short European run, and is doing a string of Dutch shows, partly as part of the traveling festival “Popronde”.
“It makes me happy, thinking about the better times in life” – MassMovement Magazine UK
“If you’re a fan of excellent pop punk music you’re in luck. The 101’s have just released the to beat Benelux punk album for 2014. “ – Bearded Punk – Belgium
“Few vocalist will jump at you from the record in the way that Andy does on “For The Years” – Rockfreaks – Denmark
“Finally a pop-punk band that doesn’t have the ‘dime-a-dozen-snotty-attitude-
singer’” – Oor Magazine – NL
“From catchy chorusses to strong instrumental passages. It’s all perfectly executed and more than worth listening to” – Smash Press – NL
“Filled with emotion and containing typical motivating, hopeful lyrics” – 3voor12 – NL
“The album is an explosive mixture of pop punk and punk / melodic rock in its purest form.” Punkadeka – IT