NewsJuly 18, 2022 12:01 AM ET3,068 views

Senses Fail release video for “End Of The World / A Game of Chess” ft Connie Sgarbossa

Senses Failed New Video

Cameron Nunez

Senses Fail shared a video for "End Of The World / A Game of Chess" which features SeeYouSpaceCowboy's Connie Sgarbossa. The track is off their latest release Hell Is In Your Head which is available now through Pure Noise Records.

Speaking on the song vocalist Buddy Nielson had the following to say:

"End of the World was written about generational trauma. How it passes down through families and how I vow to end it and not pass it to my daughter," explains Nielsen. "My grandparents were alcoholics. Alcoholism claimed my uncle's life and most recently my mother's. Most of my family were involved in some form of war within every generation. The trauma they faced and endured shaped me and I have tried to do the work to resolve it"

The Cameron Nunez directed video can be seen below.

Senses Fail is currently on tour with Rise Against and The Used:
7/15 Las Vegas NV @ Zappos Theater (no The Used)
7/16 Santa Barbara CA @ Santa Barbara Bowl
7/17 San Diego CA @ Petco Park
7/19 Los Angeles CA @ The Forum
7/20 Reno NV @ Grand Sierra Resort
7/22 Spokane WA @ Knitting Factory (no The Used)
7/23 Vancouver BC @ PNE
7/24 Bend OR @ Hayden Homes Amphitheatre
7/26 Salt Lake City UT @ The Complex Outdoor
7/27 Denver CO @ Levitt Pavilion
7/29 Albuquerque NM @ Villa Hispana at EXPO
7/30 Oklahoma City OK @ Criterion
8/1 Dallas TX @ Bomb Factory
8/2 San Antonio TX @ Tech Port Center
8/4 Atlanta GA @ Tabernacle
8/5 Myrtle Beach SC @ House of Blues (no The Used)
8/6 Raleigh NC @ Red Hat Amphitheatre
8/8 Norfolk VA @ NORVA (no The Used)
8/9 New York NY @ Rooftop at Pier 17
8/12 Boston MA @ Roadrunner
8/14 Asbury Park NJ @ Stone Pony Summer Stage
8/17 Cleveland OH @ Jacob's Pavilion
8/18 Detroit MI @ Michigan Lottery Amphitheatre

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