Bristol To Memory "It’s Ok"

Bristol To MemoryArtist:
Sean Sweetman
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October 20, 2015


Bristol To Memory, an Alternative Rock/Pop-Punk band, has been established in the LA/OC music scene since to 2005. The group formed of childhood friends hails from Santa Ana and is influenced by bands such as Green Day, Taking Back Sunday, and Brand New. Their musical compositions and collaboration evokes a feeling of nostalgic excitement with their dynamic guitar progression, thrilling choruses and poetic lyrics. Case in point is the brand new single and tongue-in-cheek new video “It’s Ok” from their new album, Animus.

Upon it’s release, Animus has received notable recognition amongst the ever growing fan base as well as music industry professionals across the globe. The band has continued to expand their scope with tours across the Western United States, Canada and most recently the Midwest and Eastern United States. The band has had music featured on several national television networks such as MTV, Oxygen Channel, and Fox Sports West with the Los Angeles Angels Baseball Club. Along with their TV success, they have played the stages of Van’s Warped Tour, SXSW Music Festival, House Of Blues, The Roxy, The Whiskey and many more. With more than eight years of touring and recording under their belt, the band is well adapted to the road and ready for more.

The video for “It’s Ok” is a video that follows a day of a man who we’re sure is having one of the worst days ever. Starting with being berated at the front door by an irate ex, to having his car taken apart by some unforgiving locals, and on and on, his day just gets worse. But he never loses the, um, smile on his face. He even catches a fleeting glimpse of an equally upbeat gal, eventually catching up in an almost romantic moment. But don’t worry, the universe is still doing everything in its power to ruin that moment, too! 

We’re excited to be teaming up with Bristol To Memory to help bring them into the spotlight on a national level. Their down to earth attitude and fierce dedication to their craft is awe inspiring to all of us here at HIP Video Promo. Please contact Andy Gesner and the HIP Video Promo team at (732)-613-1779 or email us at for more info. You can also visit

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