Sign inWelcome! Log into your accountyour usernameyour password Forgot your password? Get helpPassword recoveryRecover your passwordyour email A password will be e-mailed to you. Featured ArtistsAlternativeStarflyer 59 – No New Kinda Story RELATED VIDEOS AlternativeThe Tissues – Rear Window AlternativeGarbage – Rage and Rapture Forever AlternativeKEVIN CADOGAN – WILD AND FORGOTTEN AlternativeKEVIN CADOGAN – CHILL AlternativeCadogan & Salazar: NARCOLEPSY Starflyer 59 – No New Kinda StoryMusic video by Starflyer 59 performing No New Kinda Story.Previous articleChino Dinero – 2 Sweets Next articleStarflyer 59 – I Win 46 COMMENTSFIRST!!!! ReplySECOND Reply!!!9?!!! ReplyWoah. Someone liked “The Seventh Seal.” Reply@chumbscrubber42 , yeah that’s why I like this song, although it reminds me of Ceremony By New Order I guess right after Joy Divisions Original version. Sorry but I like New Order better than J.D. ReplyWas that the big red machine? Kane? ReplyThis Song Is Sick!! Replyas good as equip.org ReplyWhat you know a band like the Strokes, and I like them. Reply@Wisconsin222 Actually Starflyer59 has been around round since 93 so The Strokes sound like them… Of course then again Starflyer’s music has change so much over the years who knows… I’m just glad you dig’em! Reply@jlware5000 I do dig them. It’s rare to find a Christian Indie band. ReplyI saw these guys maybe 15 years ago. It sounds like they’ve matured a lot as a band since the gold album came out. Replyi guess in a weird way, vevo picking this one up is a good thing ReplyIs Starflyer 59 really a christian band? I’m not christian, and generally don’t like the mixture of religion and rock music…..But damn, Starflyer 59 is so good that it doesn’t even matter! I’ll continue to listen to them with pride. ReplyLOVE Starflyer 59! Just wish they toured more often. ReplyYes they are christian but they often say that they make some just random stuff also… Replythere’s a difference between making religious music, and music while being religious. Would you consider every song made by an athiest musician to be about athiesm? Replycould people please give their interpretation of the smoke in the guys car being led out of the smoke filled car by the woman in white with the eyeball painted on her eyelid-brought to a chess game with a egg being smashed by a hammer and being reverse smashed please give your opinion reply to my comment please-i first saw this video on tvu Replyhow does vevo choose do you think Replyfuck me ReplyTHAT’S NOT HOW YOU MOVE A BISHOP(also yaaaay starflyer 59) ReplyCould someone please type their opinion on the meaning of the visuals and lyrics to this song and video-what does the bergman refrence have to do ith the lyrics? Replydoes that mean youlike this video? Replychannel TVU used to play this vide around the year 2000 along with GS Megaphone and The Benjamin Gate and P.O.D. “Alive” ReplyCradle to grave. The angels are taking this man away across some uneven territory. Everybody has to die.. His fate was carbon monoxide poisoning. He was old.. he could not “get” out of the car because it was his time. The chess match could be your last trial.. the final battle for your soul. The eyes aspect.. Angeles do not sleep. As Christopher Lloyd said in Angels In The Outfield: “We’re allllways watching” ReplyI double you eye en. ReplyI prefer the band’s/Martin’s earlier material, the guitar-driven and almost metal-influenced sound of Silver, to the directions it would tread afterwards, but I respect the artist and like his subsequent material, which I still dutifully collect whenever I hear that a new SF59 album has been released. ReplyI’m glad I’m not the only one who remembers this being played on TVU!! Such a great song. I also love it in the movie Extreme Days. Such an awesome movie, my all time favorite!! Replyso goood Replya big thank you to the band New Division for the song “Honest” and for introducing me to this amazing band Replysooo goood Replythis is so good. Replylove this band,but never know what they are singing about. ReplyIs this a christian song? Replygreat song ReplyJust watched the film, on YouTube. I recommend it if you’re an old skool T&N fan. Replythe video confused me so much when I was younger that I really didn’t like this song. now I don’t care and just love the music so much ReplyI never understood the video, but this song is really lovely…. Reply00:37 Gene Hackman sighting Replycan anyone explain to me how these visuals relate to the song please. ReplyThis band keeps rocking!!! 20 years ago and still today…. Replyextreme days brought me here ReplyI LIKE < 3 #2018 Reply<333 ReplyThis song is a masterpiece. I always find myself coming back to it. ReplySUPER ReplyLEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyComment:Please enter your comment! Name:*Please enter your name here Email:*You have entered an incorrect email address!Please enter your email address here Website: Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.