Progressive-punk quintet, Belmont, have released a new video for ‘Hideout.’ The song is taken off their new EP, Reflections, which is out today via Pure Noise Records.
You can watch ‘Hideout‘ here or by clicking the image below.
“‘Hideout’ is a song that dives into different territory for the band, and holds no barriers with letting every influence from music come together. It summarises a lot of what our new EP Reflections is about, and it’s a taste of what will come from us in the future. We shot the music video with Miguel Barbosa of Yeah Films in Toronto, and we had an absolute blast. We had a whole neon room to ourselves, and a bunch of odd props with only a couple of hours to get the video done. It turned out to be one of our favourites.”
The six-track EP is the home of previously released singles “By My Side,” “Stay Up,” and “Deadweight.”
“We are excited to finally show the world Reflections. These songs were recorded in different places over an extended period of time. They are a collection of new ideas, experimentation, and an opportunity to lay down anything we’ve ever wanted in our music, but have been hesitant of trying in the past. Special thanks to Pure Noise Records, and everyone who made this possible. We will now be going into the studio for our second album,” drummer, Brian Lada, shares on the forthcoming EP.
The band have recently kicked off a month-long US tour supporting Midwestern trio, Tiny Moving Parts.
Belmont is a five-piece progressive-punk band based out of Chicago, IL. In 2014, lead vocalist Taz Johnson formed the band and together they released their debut EP Vicissitude, which was produced by Mat Kerekes of Citizen, and his brother, Chris. Since then, the band has released their sophomore EP and their debut full-length album – the latter of which hit #146 on the Billboard 200 chart.
By My Side
Back and Forth
Reflections is out 13th March 2020 via Pure Noise Records. For more information, please visit http://www.belmontil.com/.