Monday, September 24, 2012

Empty Orchestra releases album

EMPTY ORCHESTRA this week released their much anticipated album, entitled One More Time, Altogether Now, on Pentimento Music Co. A record that comes as the result of years of writing, recording and endless touring, the group have described the incredibly in-depth sound of the release as "filled with our blood and guts and hands and hearts." 
To coincide with the album release, the video for single, The Audience, has debuted on The Performer. Filmed and set in the historic Capitol Theatre in the band's hometown of Flint, Michigan, the clip pays a gritty homage to the unfaltering melancholy of entertaining. Hauntingly beautiful, the band wanted the clip to encapsulate the ever-present love/hate relationship between performer and audience member. 
Empty Orchestra will also feature on the upcoming Uncle Tupelo Tribute Compilation,
We're All Criminals Here, set for release on November 1. The band has contributed a cover of the track, Black Eye and also features covers by Two Cow Garage and Drag The River.

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