Retro-punk/alt-rock band The Flux Machine release music video for “Hurricane”

The Flux Machine Release Music Video for “Hurricane”

Punk-infused alt-rock band The Flux Machine from NY has debuted their new music video “Hurricane” on PureGrainAudio.com. Directed by John Jinks, the video is for the title track of the band’s 2017 sophomore full-length. The song swaggers around like the cool guy at the party who later gets drunk and talks about how what we really need is a good revolution.

The song puts into music the concept of one or a series of events that take over our life, like a Hurricane does, but we withstand this with our own fury,” says vocalist Luis Accorsi.

Formed in 2015 by veteran rocker Accorsi, The Flux Machine has released two full-length albums and a cover of Billy Idol’s “Rebel Yell” that received high praise from PopWrapped and Spill Magazine.

Hurricane is available now on iTunes.

Exile on Main Street revisited.
– Audiofuzz.com

When you first hear New York City’s The Flux Machine, it’s hard to not be overwhelmed by the rockers. The band’s in-your-face blend of blues and alt rock teeters the edge before reeling you back in to its frentic sound.
– PureVolume

This New York band is clearly influenced by the city’s hallowed history. There’s a little Johnny Thunders blues-punk riffage, a little Television melody, and just a pinch of Dictators style bombast.
– Punknews.org

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