Apr 032018
 

Blessthefall have dropped a video for their track ‘Sleepless In Phoenix’. It’s the latest clip to arrive from their new album “Hard Feelings“, is released on March 23 via Rise Records. The band’s frontman Beau Bokan commented of the video shoot for this latest track:

“It was pretty awesome filming this video about Phoenix while we were actually in Phoenix. The whole concept is about a dude who buys a possessed TV and he can’t get rid of it! We wanted sort of a ‘Black Mirror‘/’Twilight Zone‘ vibe. Since the narrative and the performance are happening at the same time, you’ll have to watch this multiple times to catch it all! This is one of the coolest videos we’ve ever made.”

The video can be watched below.

The band will hit the road later this month with Black Veil Brides and Asking Alexandria on a North American tour. The band will also be returning to Europe and the UK this summer to play this years Graspop Metal Meeting (Belgium), Yera On Air (Netherlands), Download Fest.(United Kingdom) – check the tour schedule below.

The new album “Hard Feelings” was produced by Tyler Smyth with additional production by Matt Good and Howard Benson.

“It’s not often a band like ours, that’s been together for nine years, that has five full-length albums, and that survives the ups and downs of the music scene, gets a chance at a fresh start,” said singer Beau Bokan. “We’re here to say that we feel brand new again. Signing to Rise [Records] has rejuvenated us as a band and we couldn’t be more excited. They encouraged us to be ourselves and to continue to write the music that we wanted.”

He continued, “Our new album, “Hard Feelings”, is a culmination of everything we love. It has all the old Blessthefall feels, along with a fresh new sound that will knock you off your feet.”

Track listing:

01. Wishful Sinking
02. Find Yourself
03. Melodramatic
04. Feeling Low
05. Cutthroat
06. I’m Over Being Under(rated)
07. Sleepless in Phoenix
08. Keep Me Close
09. Sakura Blues
10. Welcome Home

Upcoming Shows:

APR 29 – Iron City, Birmingham, AL
APR 30 – International, Knoxville, TN
MAY 02 – Toyota Oakdale Theater, Wallingford, CT
MAY 03 – Starland Ballroom, Sayreville, NJ
MAY 04 – The National, Richmond, VA
MAY 07 – Gillioz Theater, Springfield, MO
MAY 08 – New Daisy Theater, Memphis, TN
MAY 09 – Diamond Ballroom, Oklahoma City, OK
MAY 10 – Cotiliion Ballroom, Wichita, KS
MAY 12 -The District, Sioux Falls, SD
MAY 14 – Sokol Auditorium, Omaha, NE
MAY 16 – The Forge, Joliet, IL
MAY 17 – Piere’s, Fort Wayne, IN
MAY 18 – London Music Hall, London, Canada

JUN 08 – Download Festival, Derby, United Kingdom
JUN 11 – Naumanns, Leipzig, Germany
JUN 12 – Musik & Frieden, Berlin, Germany
JUN 13 – Zaklete Rewiry, Wroclaw, Poland
JUN 15 – Randall Club, Bratislava, Slovakia
JUN 16 – Bas Bett, Frankfurt, Germany
JUN 17 – Forum Kar, Prague, Czech Republic
JUN 18 – Budapest Park, Budapest, Hungary
JUN 19 – Zona Roveri, Bologna, Italy
JUN 21 – Dynamo Werk 21, Zurich, Switzerland
JUN 22 – STADMITTE, Karlsruhe, Germany
JUN 23 – Gebaude 9, Cologne, Germany
JUN 24 – Graspop Metal Meeting, Dessel, Belgium
JUN 26 – Markthalle Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany
JUN 27 – Musikcentrum, Hannover, Germany
JUN 29 – Jera On Air, Ysselsteyn, Netherlands
JUN 30 – Vainstream Rockfest, Münster, Germany

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Video for ‘Sleepless In Phoenix’

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