BIRDS IN ROW PREMIERE MUSIC VIDEO

 

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French post-hardcore/punk band Birds In Row navigate through melancholic seas to shape the beautifully hook-laden songs on We Already Lost The World.  The nine-song sophomore full-length will be released on July 13th from Deathwish Inc. and Birds In Row will tour North America in support of it — first with Neurosis and Converge, then on an East Coast run with Portrayal of Guilt.

Today, Birds In Row have unveiled a music video for “I Don’t Dance,” a track that blends post-punk, hardcore, and angular rock influences into something emotional and electric.  The stunning music video, directed by Craig Murray and features dancers Riccardo De Simone and Yuri Yuris, illustrates the juxtaposition between hard and soft, light and dark.

 

We Already Lost the World is available for pre-order  here.

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BIRDS IN ROW – ON TOUR:
July 17  Albuquerque, NM @ Sunshine Theatre *
July 18  Denver, CO @ Ogden Theatre *
July 19  Lawrence, KS @ Granada Theater *
July 20  Dallas, TX @ Canton Hall *
July 21  Austin, TX @ Emo’s *
July 22  Wichita Falls, TX @ Stick’s Place ^
July 24  St. Louis, MO @ Fubar ^
July 25  Chicago, IL @ Subterranean ^
July 26  Syracuse, NY @ Spark Art Space ^
July 27  Oakdale, NY @ Shaker Pub ^
July 28  Portland, ME @ Geno’s ^
July 29  Boston, MA @ O’Briens ^
July 31  Brooklyn, NY @ Kingsland ^
August 1  Montclair, NJ @ Meatlocker ^
August 2  Philadelphia, PA @ Kung Fu Necktie ^
August 3  Falls Church, VA @ VFW 9274 ^
August 4  Columbia, SC @ New Brookland Tavern ^
August 5  Richmond, VA @ Strange Matter ^
August 6  Baltimore, MD @ Ottobar ^
* w/ Neurosis & Converge
^ w/ Portrayal Of Guilt
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