The Venomous Pinks Release Carrie Inspired Music Video For Their Single 'I Really Don't Care'

August 14, 2020

Tempe, AZ punk band The Venomous Pinks released their Carrie inspired music video for their single "I Really Don't Care". This is their fourth single off their EP I Want You and it's currently available everywhere. With a bassist who is also the lead vocalist, this track provides a pop-punk feel that brings you back to the early 2000s. The vocalist Gaby Kaos explains that this song was written in her youth and is based on a mentally abusive relationship. After many years, she had revisited this song and it had taken on a whole new meaning.


She says, "My boyfriend at the time was really controlling and did not believe in my dreams of becoming a musician because he let his aspirations fall by the wayside. I found myself at a crossroads, and decided to leave him to stay true to my music. Like other bands, we've been dealt with negative backlash over the years, and this track really drives home that we ultimately 'really don't care' about the negativity. Nothing will stop us from accomplishing our goals."

The video for the song was directed by Alexander Thomas and the visuals are a perfect bloody pairing to bands signature razor-sharp licks, intense beats, and punk attitude that demands listeners to stay true to themselves, even if others "are going to laugh at you" for being nothing but original.

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