Rise Against explores family bonds in “House on Fire” video

Rise Against explores family bonds in Virgin Records Rise Against has premiered the video for their track "House of Fire," which appears on the band's latest album, Wolves. The emotional clip is streaming now on YouTube. The video explores the relationship between a grandfather and a granddaughter, the latter of whom has the power to control fire. When that power goes awry, the grandfather must venture through fire to save her, which, as a press release explains, represents "the innocence of early childhood giving way to the tumultuous coming-of-age years" and "how personal relationships can also have an impact on our world." Wolves, Rise Against's eighth studio album, also features the lead single "The Violence." The band will be touring the globe in support of the album throughout the year, and they'll be back in the U.S. for a February 22 in Hawaii and to headline the 2018 Punk Rock Bowling festival, held May 25-28 in Las Vegas. Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.