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.
Stereospectacular bring you a heavy dose of rock’n’roll. It’s A Place To Bury Strangers performing for the video series Live From Braund Sound. Watch “You Are The One” and “Revenge” above. Both songs are off APTBS’s recently released album, Worship.
The guys are currently touring the US through July. They’ll take a short, but much deserved break and head out to Europe this September. See all dates HERE.
Starting today, A Place To Bury Strangers’ Worship is available online and in-stores for all your purchasing needs. Order from SC Distribution and you may still be able to get the limited-edition, “blue death” colored vinyl featured in the deluxe bundle. Can’t wait that long for it to arrive at your door? Head over to your local record store to pick up the album on CD or vinyl.
“A Place to Bury Strangers have offered up another winning album that, while hardly the most pop-friendly record you’ll hear this year, proves itself worthy of revisiting.” – Consequence of Sound
“It’s cleaner, sharper, the scree of noise is more glassy sheets rather than an amorphous squall. It 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. – NOISEY
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