Modern Baseball Release 'Wedding Singer' Video

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(TeamRock Radio) Modern Baseball have released a video for their track Wedding Singer. The song comes from the band's forthcoming album, Holy Ghost, due out on May 13.

Three tracks from the release, Apple Cider, I Don't Mind and Everyday, were made available to stream earlier this year. Last month the band released Tripping In The Dark, a mini-documentary which shed light on frontman Brendan Lukens' struggle with bipolar disorder and substance abuse issues.

He said: "The last few months have meant a lot and it's changed the way I look after myself and write. We feel now with Holy Ghost that we've written the most open and honest songs to date. We're hoping that with opening our personal lives up to so many people, that our fans can open up to everyone in their lives." Check out the new video here.

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