A Place To Bury Strangers team up with Liturgy, Total Slacker and Royal Baths this Saturday, December 1 for a benefit for the victims of Hurricane Sandy. The show will take place at Brooklyn’s 285 Kent and all proceeds will be donated to Robin Hood Foundation’s Sandy Relief Program. Head to the Facebook event for more information and to RSVP.
To prepare for the event, melt your face off with this awesome video of A Place To Bury Strangers live at Fun Fun Fun Fest. Enjoy below.
When the video you’re about to watch is centered around the idea of an “Action Figure Destruction Derby,” you know you’re in for a real treat. Directed by animator Karl Ackermann, brother to Oliver, the new A Place To Bury Strangers video for “And I’m Up” represents a coming of age – a foray into adulthood. What better way to do so than blow up a bunch of toys and marvel at their twisted beauty? Enjoy above or at VICE.
The “And I’m Up” b/w “Don’t Stop” 7″ is now available at SC Distribution. Best part? It’s on translucent orange vinyl.
A Place To Bury Strangers head back out on tour with Bleeding Rainbow on Saturday, October 27 at Richmond’s Strange Matter. Dates include a stop at Austin’s Fun Fun Fun Fest and M Pour Montreal. Check out the full schedule HERE.
A Place To Bury Strangers bring you their new, self-produced video for “Leaving Tomorrow” off Worship. Based on Momo Fujiwara’s short story, “Katsu Gee,” the video stars Dion as Handsome Saviour of Mankind, Robi as Wizard and Oliver as Terry. Filmed on an iPhone with the 8mm app, they chose Central Park and APTBS headquarters, Death By Audio, as their set. Close friend, Sam Donahue, also got in on the fun, lending his hand in camera operation and props. Watch at SPIN or above.
In addition to their video, A Place To Bury Strangers announce new tour dates. They’re currently playing in Europe now and will end their overseas run with shows in Russia and Greece. Upon returning, they’ll end the year with coast-to-coast US dates! New shows posted below, with full list and ticket links HERE. Read the rest of this entry »
We love sharing awesome show posters with you and today we’ve got a pretty sweet one. It’s for the A Place To Bury Strangers Record Release Party at Music Hall of Williamsburg this Friday, June 27th. Opening the show will be Hunters and Cymbal Eat Guitars. The poster features Oliver launching his guitar during Orion Music Festival earlier this month. To grab tickets to the show, head HERE. To see all their upcoming tour dates, head HERE.
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