Exclusive premiere: DOCKS reveal new video ‘Where’s My Head’


Portland/San Jose band Docks have revealed their latest video for the track Where’s My Head, which features Hot Daniel. The track is lifted from their the band’s upcoming ‘Misdirected’ EP, which will be out via Open Door & Bad Break Records on January 12th. The video clip follows an emotive, yellow, headphone sporting puppet who lip-syncs to the Docks’ track then ends up crowd-surfing at their show. Watch it via YouTube below.

The video was directed by Neil Davis with Director of Photography duties going to Evan Davis and it was produced by Ranier Tinkelenberg.

Where’s My Head is the perfect combination of hard and soft and is a good representation of what to expect on ‘Misdirected’.  The band explained more about their sound, “We expanded to all possible genres of music that inspires us the most and created this weird, but somewhat sounds right, sound that both doesn’t sound the same and at the same time does sound like us. We go from a soft grunge/droney sound, to a more alternative/punk sound, then to a math-rock/pop/punk sound, then ended with a couple indie/alternative sounds.”

Docks misdirected cover

Track list:

1.  Introduction
2.  Where’s My Head
3.  Liar
4.  Yogurt Sunshine
5.  Riptide
6.  Lacey


More about DOCKS? DOCKS, founded in San Jose, California, is a four-piece indie band consisting of Ranier on guitar and vocals, Joe on drums, Jamie on guitar and Ryan on bass. The group’s style generally reflects catchy, danceable, math-rock indie with hints of punk influence in the lyrics and feel. Special attention is given to the individuality of each member, as their varying styles are blended together with intention of harmonious, yet obscure and interesting ideas.