(WATCH) Jersey Rock Video of the Week: Couple Of Guys "Forget What You've Been Told" LIVE

Couple Of Guys is a 5-piece Rock group based in Asbury Park. Their self-titled EP dropped in May and they just released a brand new single. The band is currently competing in The Stone Pony's Rock To The Top Competition. The video of Couple Of Guys' performance of "Forget What You've Been Told" was shot at their record release show at The Saint on 5/19. Check it out now on The Jersey Rock page at wrat.com!

(WATCH) Jersey Rock Video of the Week: Modern Crowds "Green Light"

Asbury Park Indie/Alt Rockers Modern Crowds are set to release their first ever full-length album at a record release show at The Saint in Asbury Park on Friday 7/28. Their video for "Green Light" was produced by Sean Mahon and features the band performing an intimate basement show. Check it out now on the Jersey Rock page at wrat.com!

(WATCH) Jersey Rock Video of the Week: Young Rising Sons "Undefeatable"

Red Bank Indie Rockers Young Rising Sons put out their "Undefeatable + 2" EP back in October and recently released a video for the title track. "Undefeatable" pairs an uplifting song with beautifully shot scenes that document the true story of Team USA Paralympic Track and Field Athlete Lacey Henderson. The video is nothing short of inspiring. Check it out now on the Jersey Rock page at wrat.com!

(WATCH) Jersey Rock Video of the Week: Incognito Theory "Reckoning"

Kearny Metal outfit Incognito Theory is made up of a number of local rockers from different bands under the leadership of Dave Incognito. The band will open for Michael Graves at Blackthorn 51 in Queens on May 6. Incognito Theory released their debut EP "Desires" last year and is currently working on a full-length album. The video for the band's latest single "Reckoning" is this week's Jersey Rock Video of the Week.

(WATCH) Jersey Rock Video of the Week: Ruby Bones "Heart of Darkness"

Indie Rock band Ruby Bones will release their self-titled debut album on May 12th. Their lead single "Heart of Darkness" is a strong effort with a great hook. The video for the song has a dark, somewhat comedic "Weekend at Bernies" feel. Check it out now on the Jersey Rock Page at wrat.com and see Ruby Bones live on April 8 at Hansil's in Oakland!