Blackjazz trailblazers SHINING have revealed a brand new video for “House of Control,” a track from their current studio album, International Blackjazz Society, released late last year through Spinefarm Records.
“It’s so great to finally have a video for our song ‘House of Control,’ since it means so much to me,” explains Shining frontman Jørgen Munkeby. “Not only are the lyrics very personal, but musically the track was also a bold step into a more varied and melodic landscape. We had no idea how that new direction would work out, but it has ended up being my favorite track off the album. I had so much fun shooting the video, and I’m very happy to present this steaming hot new clip!”
STEVE’N’SEAGULLS ARE ACES HIGH WITH A NO. 1 DEBUT ON BILLBOARD BLUEGRASS CHART
Viral Internet sensation STEVE’N’SEAGULLS have yet again taken the bluegrass world by storm, with their new album Brothers in Farms. So much so that the album is currently sitting at No. 1 atop of The Billboard Bluegrass Chart!
Brothers in Farms sees the band offering their unique takes on classics from Iron Maiden, Metallica, Guns N’ Roses, Nirvana, Megadeth, and more.
The band’s North American tour starts tonight in Brooklyn and runs through October 8 in Brighton, CO. Don’t miss your chance to get down and dirty with the ‘Gulls on the Brothers in Farms Tour this fall!
STEVE’N’SEAGULLS ON TOUR:
9/23 — Knitting Factory | Brooklyn, N.Y.
9/24 — Rowdy on the Roof | Cumberland, Md.
9/25 — Haymarket Whiskey Bar | Louisville, Ky.
9/26 — Cosmic Charlie’s | Lexington, Ky.
9/27 — The Hi-Fi | Indianapolis, Ind.
9/28 — Duck Room | St.Louis, Mo.
9/29 — George’s Majestic Lounge | Fayetteville, Ark.
9/30 — Oklahoma International Bluegrass Festival | Guthrie, Ola.
10/1 — The Riot Room | Kansas City, Mo.
10/2 — 7th Street Rascals Live | Moline, Ill.
10/4 — Vaudeville Mews | Des Moines, Iowa
10/5 —The Frequency | Madison, Wis.
10/6 — Rose Music Hal |, Columbia, Mo.
10/7 — O’Leaver’s Omaha | Neb.
10/8 — The Armory Performing Arts Center | Brighton, Colo.
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