Bored lately? The Protest are here to break you out of the doldrums with the premiere of their new video for "Noise Revolution," and much like the plot of the clip, it's hard to deny the energy with which these rockers play. Check out The Protest's humorous and rocking video for "Noise Revolution," exclusively premiering in the player below.

The band shot the video with director Adam Shewmaker, calling upon Joel Burris for the graphics and setting up shop at New Castle, Indiana's Town Tavern for the video shoot.

Singer Josh Bramlett tells us, "We came up with the karaoke idea in a moment of inspiration at a coffee shop, while on the road during our last tour. We have so many serious videos - we wanted to make one that shows our fun side ... because rock n’ roll IS fun, and we have a blast playing it!"

He adds, "We had a hard time finding a venue that would allow us to take the time to shoot this, so the video is comprised of fans that we pulled together in less than a week. Some even drove through the night from a festival we played the day before just to be there! We were humbled and blessed by the support, especially with such short notice."

Bramlett chalks up the video to showcasing the power of music. "It has the ability to change someone's heart, reminding us to be mindful of what message we are spreading with the music: Ours is hope and encouragement," says the singer. "Unlike our last video that was shot in freezing cold, this one was smoking hot during the shoot … We were sweating so hard, and the fans were as well. We hope you like it."

Bramlett, guitarists Adam Sadler and TJ Colwell and drummer Jarob Bramlett, are promoting their new album Legacy that arrived just last month. You can pick up the album via iTunes or stream it through Spotify and stay up to date with the band's touring and activities via their website, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter accounts.

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