California’s punk rock scene received yet another jolt of energy with Berkeley-based veterans, Rancid, unveiling their latest music video for “Live Forever.” The track is a powerful highlight from their freshly dropped album, “Tomorrow Never Comes,” currently available through Epitaph Records.

The black and white video is a trip down memory lane, transporting viewers to Rancid’s European tour this past June. It showcases the band in their element, with rare behind-the-scenes footage from their headline shows, including dynamic performances at events such as Hell Fest.

With a staggering 850 million catalog streams under their belt, Rancid’s relentless energy and commitment to their punk roots are undeniable. Their ability to seamlessly blend vintage punk aesthetics with modern sensibilities ensures their sound continues to resonate with both long-time fans and newcomers alike. Their latest album, “Tomorrow Never Comes,” serves as a testament to this enduring spirit. Following the footsteps of their 2017 release, “Trouble Maker,” the album boasts sixteen fiery tracks. Produced by the multi-talented Brett Gurewitz—Bad Religion guitarist, founder of Epitaph Records, and a long-time collaborator—the album offers the raw, unfiltered punk sound that Rancid enthusiasts worldwide crave.

Rancid’s journey over the past three decades is a testament to their dedication to the punk rock ethos. The band’s unyielding commitment to their community, fans, and each other remains unwavering. Their lyrical prowess has consistently addressed pressing political and social concerns while balancing personal narratives of love, loss, and resilience.

By faithfully channeling the spirit of their punk predecessors, Rancid has not only etched their name in the annals of punk rock history but also continues to serve as a beacon of inspiration for emerging bands. Their latest video and album are a reaffirmation of their legendary status, proving that Rancid’s flame burns as brightly as ever in the ever-evolving world of punk rock.

“Tomorrow Never Comes,” Out now On Epitaph Records

Tour Dates

9/15 – Montreal, QC – Music4cancer 2023
9/16 – Quebec City, QC – Envol Et Macadam 2023 
9/18 – Boston, MA – House Of Blues 
9/19 – Boston, MA – House Of Blues  
9/21 – Louisville, KY – Louder Than Life Fest 
10/8 – Sacramento, CA – Aftershock