A Place To Bury Strangers released a new video for the single, "Leaving Tomorrow," from their recently released full-length, Worship. Lots of reverb, immediacy and noise pop tension.
All info comes courtesy of Dead Oceans.
A Place To Bury Strangers Release New Video "Leaving Tomorrow"
Announce US, Russia, Greece Tour Dates
A Place To Bury Strangers have released a new self-produced video today at SPIN for "Leaving Tomorrow," the third single off the recently-released full length Worship. Filmed & performed by the band with the help of close friend Sam Donahue, the video is based on the short story "Katsu Gee" by Momo Fujiwara.
Watch the video for "Leaving Tomorrow"
The action was filmed in Central Park and APTBS headquarters Death By Audio on the band's day off using the iPhone 8mm app. In it, lead singer & frontman Oliver Ackermann plays the hapless Terry who is stalked and kidnapped by Robi Gonzalez's Wizard. Bassist Dion Lunadon comes to the rescue as Handsome Saviour of Mankind (on his faithful steed Mr. Toots) but is thwarted when the Wizard transforms Terry into Terrible.
Listen to "And I'm Up"
A Place To Bury Strangers have also announced a new series of dates across North America, Russia and Greece. After spending September and October in the UK and Western Europe, the band heads to St. Petersburg & Moscow, followed by several stops in Greece. They return to the US at the end of October, just in time for Halloween and an appearance at Austin's Fun Fun Fun Fest in November. The band will split their North American dates with Bleeding Rainbow, including headline appearances in Los Angeles at the Troubadour on November 6 and a hometown show at Bowery Ballroom on November 18.
PRAISE FOR WORSHIP
"Worship shows that they're sleeker, darker, and spikier-sounding than ever." -ALLMUSIC
"there's a textural richness and emotional depth to Worship…" -PITCHFORK
"[Worship] is, according to bassist Dion Lunadon, 'Our vision of what music in 2012 should sound like,' and if you can imagine a future dystopian parallel to today where this is the mainstream, then you have just imagined something very cool indeed." -VICE NOISEY
"The atmospheric, steadily building lead single 'You Are the One' from [this week's] Worship shows them at their hypnotic best." -THE ATLANTIC
"Come for the psychedelic washes of guitar and brittle Joy Division-esque drumming, but stay for the awesome spindly guitar pickin.'" -FUSE
"Worship is defiantly abrasive, trafficking in squealing, drill-to-the-brainpan noise-rock" -PASTE
09/14/12 - Sheffield, UK - Queen's Social Club
09/15/12 - Glasgow, UK - Nice N Sleazys
09/16/12 - Manchester, UK - Ruby Lounge
09/17/12 - London, UK - Dingwalls
09/19/12 - Stuttgart, DE - Universum
09/20/12 - Munich, DE - 59:1
09/21/12 - Carpi, IT - Mattatoio
09/22/12 - Rome, IT - Traffic
09/24/12 - Winterthur, CH - Salzhaus
09/25/12 - Geneva, CH - L'Usine
09/26/12 - Prague, CZ - Meetfactory
09/27/12 - Dresden, DE - Beatpol
09/28/12 - Warsaw, PL - Cafe Kulturina
09/30/12 - Aarhus, DK - Voxhall
10/01/12 - Stockholm, SE - Debaser Slussen
10/02/12 - Oslo , NO - John Dee
10/04/12 - Copenhagen, DK - Lion & Barrels
10/05/12 - Lingen, DE - Alter Schlachthof
10/06/12 - Amsterdam, NL - Sugar Factory
10/08/12 - Brussels, BE - Botanique
10/09/12 - Feyzin, FR - L'Epicerie Moderne
10/10/12 - Dijon, FR - La Vapeur
10/11/12 - Strasbourg, FR - La Laiterie
10/12/12 - Metz, FR - Les Trinitaires
10/13/12 - Amiens, FR - La Lune des Pirates Nuit Blanche Festival
10/14/12 - Lille, FR - La Peniche
10/16/12 - St. Petersburg, RU - Zal Ojidania
10/17/12 - Moscow, RU - 16 Tons
10/19/12 - Thessaloniki, GR - Mylos Club
10/20/12 - Athens, GR - Fuzz Club
10/21/12 - Larissa, GR - Stage Club
10/27/12 - Richmond, VA Strange Matter*
10/28/12 - Chapel Hill, NC - Local 506*
10/29/12 - Asheville, NC - Emerald
10/30/12 - Atlanta, GA - Drunken Unicorn
10/31/12 - Tallahassee, FL - Club Down Under*
11/02/12 - Houston, TX - Warehouse Live Studio*
11/03/12 - Austin, TX - Fun Fun Fun Festival
11/04/12 - Austin, TX - Fun Fun Fun Festival
11/06/12 - Los Angeles, CA - Troubador*
11/07/12 - San Francisco, CA - Independent*
11/08/12 - Salt Lake City, UT - Urban Lounge*
11/09/12 - Seattle, WA - El Corazon
11/11/12 - Denver, CO - Larimer Lounge*
11/12/12 - Omaha, NE - Waiting Room*
11/13/12 - Madison, WI - Frequency*
11/14/12 - Chicago, IL - Empty Bottle*
11/15/12 - Cleveland, OH - Beachland Ballroom*
11/16/12 - Buffalo, NY - Mohawk*
11/17/12 - Montreal, PQ - M For Montreal Festival at Lambi&
11/18/12 - New York, NY - Bowery Ballroom*
11/19/12 - Boston, MA - MIddle East Upstairs*
* = w/ Bleeding Rainbow
& = w/ Suuns, Sun Airway & Bleeding Rainbow
Video: "Leaving Tomorrow"MP3: "And I'm Up"
Video: "You Are The One"
MP3: "You Are The One"
Video: "So Far Away"
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