Will Bradford of SeepeopleS • NOV. 2 / 8pm EST•
Playing a just in case show on the night before … a just in case you have great anxiety about our country and the world and you need a friend show… a just in case we wake up to new realities show… a just in case we should be as together as we can be through all of this show.
“I’ve always written music with a sense of the old minstrel tradition, in some way, trying to document the universal experience of living through the times we were all thrown into. On The Night Before live stream, I’m gonna play a bunch of songs from the last two decades that qualify as these exact efforts.” Will Bradford
SeepeopleS are celebrating their 20th anniversary as a band and are thrilled to be hanging out with their fans on the eve of an important election.
Back in Spring SeepeopleS dropped the single ‘Blink” from their forthcoming album, Field Guid For Survival In This Dying World (RascalZRecordZ 2020) which came out on May 8, 2020. It was recorded at the legendary Chillhouse Studios in Boston, MA and was produced by Will Holland (Pixies, Dead Can Dance, Fall Out Boy). The song will be the first release since our ‘HATE’ EP (2017) and this video is the first since Facebook banned our last music video, “New American Dream,” which was made by renown animator Pete List (Celebrity Death Match). For “Blink”, we are thrilled to have collaborated with award winning filmmaker Anthony Marshall.
“With our scheduled tours, release schedule, video shoots, everything else under-the-sun agendas getting canceled or postponed due to the Coronavirus crisis, we turned to our fans and friends to help us make this music video remotely. Anthony did an unbelievable job sifting through footage sent from all over the world, including some footage sent in by some SeepeopleS’ musical collaborators and friends including Dana Colley (Morphine), Griffin Sherry (Ghost Of Paul Revere), Pete Keys (Lynyrd Skynyrd, Parliament/Funkadelic),Nikki Glaspie (Beyoncé, Griz, Nth Power), Laura Reed and Shawn Eckels (Andy Frasco & The UN) to name short a few, and creating a real narrative to the video. You might even see a few more recognizable faces if you look closely.”
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