NEW VIDEO FROM A PLACE TO BURY STRANGERS: I LIVED MY LIFE TO STAND IN THE SHADOW OF YOUR HEART
A Place to Bury Strangers have a new video for I Lived My Life To Stand In The Shadow of Your Heart, the fourth single from the bands critically acclaimed Exploding Head. The video, directed by Sian Alice Group guitarist Ben Crook (Spiritualized, Fratellis, Black Lips), was shot during the band’s London show at Heaven on May 25th 2010 and marks the first official appearance of new bass player Dion Lunadon. The song was released as a 5-song digital EP on June 22nd. The EP features a new track, “Girlfriend”, and remixes by Secret Machines, Cereal Spiller, and Broken Spindles. Download the Secret Machines remix or watch the new video below:
A Place To Bury Strangers have been quite busy on the remix front lately with two recently released remixes for Maps “Die Happy Die Smiling” and School Of Seven Bells “Windstorm” and forthcoming remixes for Holy Fuck and Grinderman. Additionally, APTBS frontman/guitarist Oliver Ackermann lends vocals to “Behold The Black Light”, a song featured on a new Volcom snowboarding film titled 9191 due out on September 13th. The track premiered on RCRD LBL August 26th and is available as a free download now. The original soundtrack by Baron also features Dave Lombardo of Slayer and Mike Conte of Early Man. Go to http://9191movie.com/ to check out the trailer for 9191.