Dark Dark Dark’s Wild Go Out This Week, Release New Video, Continue U.S. Tour, and Play Daytrotter & Yourstru.ly Sessions

DARK DARK DARK’S WILD GO OUT THIS WEEK, RELEASE NEW VIDEO, CONTINUE U.S TOUR, AND PLAY DAYTROTTER & YOURSTRU.LY SESSION!

“[Nona Marie Invie’s] voice – rich, with just a dash of quaver – sounds like it was crafted by divine means in order to sing the kind of blues that Woodie Guthrie once did so well…Though their music tends toward a more melancholy tone, its lushness connotes the sort of organic beauty that instantly dispels the maudlin in favor of something living and vibrant.” – Chris Martins, LA Weekly

Dark Dark Dark’s Wild Go was released this week on Supply and Demand Music, and they’re continuing their massive tour to support this lush and haunting record. They’ve also released a new video for the song “Daydreaming,” directed by band member Jonathan Kaiser and photographed by Sam Hoolihan. The video uses the rich color palette of super 8 film to capture billowing clouds, a brightly clad marching band’s procession across the sun drenched landscape of suburban freeways, and Dark Dark Dark’s improbable performance in the middle of a parking lot strewn with dumpstered flowers. In fact, the band and their friends managed to act out these scenes in a single day of renegade shooting – simply showing up at a mall with a truckload of instruments, including a grand piano.

Watch/share the video for “Daydreaming” here

In addition to this new video, the ever-busy Dark Dark Dark have recently recorded an amazing performance of their song “Bright Bright Bright” with High/Low Films for the Yourstru.ly site, as well as recording a new session for Daytrotter. The stunning Yourstru.ly video was shot in San Francisco’s historic Swedish American Music Hall, and tru.ly captures the musical aesthetic of the band.

Watch/share Dark Dark Dark performing “Bright Bright Bright” on Yourstru.ly here

Listen to Dark Dark Dark’s new Daytrotter session here

Finally, Dark Dark Dark continue their U.S. tour through the rest of the month of October. Their record release show on October 2nd at Minneapolis’ First Avenue drew over 1000 people! Don’t miss them in your town!

DARK DARK DARK TOUR DATES:
October 6th – Huntsville, AL – Flying Monkey Arts
October 7th – New Orleans, LA – All Ways Lounge
October 8th – Tallahassee, FL – Charles Mansion
October 9th – Atlanta, GA – Five Spot
October 10th – Charleston, SC – Eye Level Art
October 11th – Swannanoa, NC – Warren Wilson College
October 12th – Asheville, NC – The Grey Eagle
October 13th – Richmond, VA – The Camel
October 14th – Baltimore, MD – The Wind-Up Space
October 15th – Philadelphia, PA – The Ox w/ Quilt
October 16th – Brooklyn, NY – Glasslands Gallery w/Miles Benjamin Anthony Robinson
October 17th – Purchase, NY – SUNY Purchase w/ Spirits Of The Red City
October 18th – Portland, ME – SPACE w/Milagres
October 19th – Jamaica Plain (Boston), MA – The Temple w/ Spirits Of The Red City
October 20th – New York, NY – Cake Shop – CMJ – Terrorbird CMJ Day Party
October 21st – Brooklyn, NY – Coco66 – CMJ – InDigest/Supply & Demand CMJ Official Showcase
October 22nd – Brooklyn, NY – Woods – CMJ – IMPOSE Magazine CMJ Day Party
October 23rd – New York, NY – Fontana’s – Flea Marketing CMJ Day Party
October 24th – Providence, RI – AS220 w/ Spirits Of The Red City
October 25th – Rochester, NY – The Flying Squirrel
October 26th – Pittsburgh, PA – Helter Shelter w/ Tik Tok
October 27th – Detroit, MI – The Bakery
October 28th – Chicago, IL – Hideout

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