If Walls Could Talk Release Brand New Music Video, "Wasted Time" Off Album, Because It's Love


Alternative pop-rock quintet, If Walls Could Talk, are gearing up for the release of the forthcoming album, Because It's Love, due out June 7th. The band explores how love occurs in many different forms throughout the 13-track record. They continue, "In (the album), we dive in to a variety of differing sounds from pop-rock to alternative and even rap. After listening through this passionate collection of songs, you'll understand why we create: because it's love." To continue this notion, today they have unleashed a brand new single/music video off the album titled, "Wasted Time," a upbeat track exploring the freedom of hanging with friends and being a kid again. This video takes the viewer through a Ferris Bueller-esque celebratory moment, when the workers have the entire office to themselves. It's full of confetti and a whole lot of boys-just-wanna-have-fun attitude! Watch the brand new music video HERE and be sure to catch the band tonight at Pyramid Scheme in Grand Rapids, MI. Tickets are on sale for tonight's show and their album release show on June 15th at The Magic Stick HERE!

"Wasted Time" follows the release of the band's first single off Because It's Love, entitled, "Honest." The track is the perfect feel-good, upbeat tune that focuses on being honest with oneself and accepting others for who they are. They believe that in order to show love on the outside, one must love who they are on the inside. The album continues to explore this theme through all of love's tribulations, excitement, and anticipation it brings.

The album follows their 2018 deluxe release of, What Would They Say? Deluxe Edition, which featured tracks that are structured like a classical aria with blended elements of rock, rap, and pop. If Walls Could Talk teamed up with Atwood Magazine for the exclusive premiere of their music video for "Summertime." While the song dives into an unexpected summer love, the music video captures the dreamy story of wanting, hoping, and having.

Rickie McCanna