Useless ID Return With ‘Same Old Revolution’ Video

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Fat Wreck Chords have rolled out Same Old Revolution, a brand new song and video by Useless ID. The song is one of two newly minted tracks that will be available on their upcoming “best of” album, Most Useless Songs, that is due out on May 7th and is now available available for pre-order from Fat Wreck Chords. The album is a career-spanning greatest hits that reaches as far back as the 1999 Fat Wreck Chords compilation Short Music For Short People through the band’s 2000s output including 2003’s No Vacation from the World, 2005’s Redemption, 2008’s The Lost Broken Bones, 2012’s Symptoms and 2016’s State Is Burning.

Most Useless Songs is described by vocalist and bass player, Yotam Ben-Horin, as “songs that work best live, songs that have stood the test of time, songs that carry an interesting story, and songs that have been regulars in our sets throughout the years... I think this compilation shows our growth throughout the years. We never stuck to one sound in punk rock, and I think that’s what defines our band as well. We can do a simple pop-punk song like ‘Night Shift’ and still be able to play something like ‘Isolate Me,’ and it won’t be weird because it’s the same band with the same sound.”