Directed by Max Moore, the music video for the track features the band performing in a small club with a rowdy crowd moshing to the track as the grim reaper appears to join the crowd.
Watch the music video for “Last Chance To Dance (Bad Friend)” below.
Jeremy McKinnon called the tune “one of the heaviest songs” of the band’s career, called “Last Chance To Dance (Bad Friend).” The track is the fourth song on the album and McKinnon said it’s one that he is most “excited” about. Guitarist Neil Westfall previously explained that the song is “heavier” than their Common Courtesy track “Violence (Enough Is Enough).”
“Don’t you feel better when, better when / You see right through me, yeah / So don’t pretend, don’t pretend / You ever knew me / Who I really am, really am / Guess you’re just another bad friend / Just a bad friend,” McKinnon sings during the chorus.
Upon first listening the song, it is one of the heaviest tracks on the album and certainly delivers heavy guitar riffs, a breakdown and some impressive, deep growling vocals from McKinnon.