A Place To Bury Strangers release ‘Love Reaches Out’ video – UK/European tour starts in March

A PLACE TO BURY STRANGERS
RELEASE ‘LOVE REACHES OUT’ VIDEO ON VALENTINE’S DAY – WATCH IT HERE
NEW ALBUM ‘SEE THROUGH YOU’ OUT ON NOW (DIGITALLY) AND 11 MARCH 2022 (CD/VINYL) VIA DEDSTRANGE
UK/EUROPEAN TOUR MARCH/APRIL 2022
A Place to Bury Strangers find tenderness in the unlikeliest of places with ‘Love Reaches Out‘, the fifth single and new music video from their critically acclaimed sixth album, ‘See Through You‘, out now (digitally) and on March 11th (vinyl) on Dedstrange.
“’Love Reaches Out’ is the hope at the end of the tunnel that concludes this album,” says Oliver Ackermann. “I went through such a traumatic experience writing this record and yet people were there to help me, so this song is about appreciating and thanking them.” With its triumphant marching snare and a hooky bassline, ‘Love Reaches Out’ concludes ‘See Through You’ on a warm and fuzzy note—though not the guitar kind. No circuit can contain the electrifying joy of two souls united. “Moments like this highlight how much [Ackermann has] grown as a singer,” writes Heather Phares at AllMusic. In her review of See Through You, she praises “Love Reaches Out” as “Ackermann and company’s most empathetic song to date.”
In the music video directed by horror auteur Gabriel Carrier (For The Sake Of Vicious, The Demolisher), the third in a series of horror movie directors the band reached out to, a woman unexpectedly encounters and reaches out to a shapeshifting entity in the most unlikely manner. This entity befriends her after it was left for dead and gives her the support needed to help battle her own anxiety and inner demons. “It reminds us not to turn a blind eye to the small things and that friendships can manifest in the most unlikely ways,” says Carrier.
WATCH ‘LOVE REACHES OUT’ VIDEO HERE
A Place To Bury Strangers have been delighting and astonishing audiences for close to two decades, combining post-punk, noise-rock, shoegaze, psychedelia, and avant-garde music in startling and unexpected ways. ‘See Through You’ is an explosive journey which explores the listener’s limits of mind-bending madness while simultaneously offering the catchiest batch of songs in the band’s discography. Outpacing even their own firmly blazed path of audio annihilation, See Through You repeatedly delivers the massive walls of chaos and noise that every A Place To Bury Strangers fan craves in spades. It’s a nod of the cap to the art school ethos of the band’s origins, while forging a new and clear direction forward.
And just as many of his peers in the New York City underground seem to be slowing down, Ackermann’s creativity is accelerating. He’s launched his own label – Dedstrange – dedicated to advancing the work of sonic renegades worldwide. He’s also refreshed the group’s line-up, adding Ceremony East Coast’s John Fedowitz on bass and Sandra Fedowitz on drums. Ackermann and John Fedowitz are childhood friends who played together in the legendary Skywave, and the band has never sounded more current, more courageous, or more accessible. 2021’s Hologram EP was the first release from the new line-up – and the first on Dedstrange – and the reaction was ecstatic, with Pitchfork saying that Ackermann had “transcended his gearhead tendencies, gracefully navigating fuzz and feedback loops as well as melodies and hooks”. ‘See-Through You’ pushes things even further. Simply put, it’s an epic, instant classic.
WATCH ‘LET’S SEE EACH OTHER’ VIDEO HERE
WATCH ‘HOLD ON TIGHT’ VIDEO HERE
WATCH ‘I’M HURT’ VIDEO HERE
WATCH ‘I DISAPPEAR (WHEN YOU’RE NEAR) VIDEO HERE
STREAM ‘SEE THROUGH YOU’ HERE
PRE-ORDER ‘SEE THROUGH YOU’ HERE
‘SEE THROUGH YOU’ TRACKLISTING
1. Nice Of You To Be There For Me
4. So Low
5. Dragged In A Hole
6. Ringing Bells
8. Anyone But You
9. My Head Is Bleeding
10. Broken
12. I Don’t Know How You Do It
A PLACE TO BURY STRANGERS 2022 UK/EUROPEAN TOUR DATES – TICKETS ON SALE HERE
Wed 09 March – Hafenklang – Hamburg, Germany
Thu 10 March – Beatpol – Dresden, Germany
Fri 11 March – Klub Poglos – Warsaw, Poland
Sat 12 March – Futurum – Prague, Czech Republic
Sun 13 March – Randal Club – Bratislava, Slovakia
Mon 14 March – Durer Kert – Budapest, Hungary
Wed 16 March – Control Club – Bucharest, Romania
Thu 17 March – Mixtape5 – Sofia, Bulgaria
Fri 18 March – Eightball – Thessaloniki, Greece
Sat 19 March – Temple – Athens, Greece
Mon 21 March – 25th of May Hall – Skopje, Macedonia
Tue 22 March – Club Drugstore – Belgrade, Serbia
Thu 24 March – Mochvara – Zagreb, Croatia
Fri 25 March – Freakout Club – Bologna, Italy
Sat 26 March – Largo – Rome, Italy
Sun 27 March – Legend Club – Milan, Italy
Tue 29 March – Bogen F – Zurich, Switzeralnd
Wed 30 March – Backstage – Munich, Germany
Thu 31 March – Caves Du Memoir – Martigny, Switzeralnd
Fri 01 April – La Trabendo – Paris, France
Sat 02 April – Lafayette – London, UK
Mon 04 April – Kayka – Antwerp, Belgium
Tue 05 April – Gleis 22 – Munster, Germany
Wed 06 April – Melkweg – Amsterdam, Netherlands
Thu 07 April – Vera- Groningen, Netherlands
Sat 09 April – Hus 7 – Stockholm, Sweden
Sun 10 April – John Dee – Oslo, Norway
Mon 11 April – Pumpehuset – Copenhagen, Denmark
Tue 12 April Hole 44 – Berlin, Germany
Wed 13 April – MTC – Cologne, Germany
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