The Offspring released their brand new music video and first single, “Coming for You,” it’s the first song off the band’s upcoming 10th album, expected to release later in 2015. The video is filled with clowns and the sound reminds us (just a little bit) of the tracks off “Smash” – the iconic album they released more than 20 years ago. Hopefully the new album will be rocking like their previous work! Here’s the release from Mashable and music video: West Coast punk legends The Offspring are back at it, creating new music and premiering a video today to match. Single “Coming for You,” an energy-packed ~4 minute romp with a militant, driving beat, was released in January. It’s the first song off the band’s upcoming 10th album, expected to drop later this year — The Offspring’s first full-length since 2012’s Days Go By. As exciting as new material is, The Offspring aren’t forsaking their roots. The band formed in 1984 and have spawned many much-beloved classics along the way. In fact, The Offspring spent 2014 touring in honor of the 20th anniversary of the 1994 release Smash — the highest selling independent label album ever. And, you can catch the four-piece that is Dexter Holland, Noodles, Greg K and Pete Parada playing Americana in its entirety for the first time at Rockfest in June. Dare we say that’s “Pretty Fly” news?