Watch Wednesday’s Music Video for “TV in the Gas Pump,” Their Latest Release


The post-punk band Wednesday has released a new single, “TV in the Gas Pump,” along with a music video. The song is the latest in a string of recent releases from the band, which formed in 2018 and includes members of bands like Pissed Jeans, Clockcleaner, and Fight Amp.

In the music video, directed by Andrew Gibson, Wednesday performs the track in a dimly lit room filled with TVs, including one that appears to be embedded in a gas pump. The eerie visuals and aggressive sound of the song complement each other, making for a captivating viewing and listening experience.

“TV in the Gas Pump” is the third release from Wednesday’s upcoming album, Twin Plagues, which is set to be released on May 13. The band has previously shared the singles “Fate Is” and “Handsome Man,” both of which received positive reviews from critics and fans alike.

Wednesday has been gaining a following in the post-punk scene with their raw, intense sound and politically charged lyrics. Their debut album, I Was Trying to Describe You to Someone, was released in 2020 to critical acclaim. With Twin Plagues, the band is poised to cement their place as one of the most exciting and innovative acts in the genre.