HURRICANE BELLS: “THIS YEAR” VIDEO PREMIERE

Today Hurricane Bells premiered their new video for “This Year” on Entertainment Weekly’s Music Mix blog. Check out the Bill Moldt and Christopher Bean-directed video here. “This Year” is the first single off the band’s upcoming debut album Tonight Is The Ghost, which will be released digitally on November 10th via Vagrant Records. “This Year” can also now be downloaded as an mp3 here.

Additionally, with album b-side “Monsters” featured on The Twilight Saga: New Moon soundtrack, Hurricane Bells is confirmed to perform on The Twilight Saga: New Moon Talent Tour in two cities later this month. The band will perform in Philadelphia, PA, and Boston, MA, as part of the 15-city tour where Twilight fans can attend Q&A forums with many of the movie’s cast members and be treated with performances by several artists featured on the film’s soundtrack.

11/10 Philadelphia, PA – Cherry Hill Mall Hot Topic store
11/12 Boston, MA – Natick Collection Hot Topic store

Hurricane Bells is a new project from Steve Schiltz, the singer and guitarist of Longwave. Tonight Is The Ghost was entirely written, played, recorded (with a MacBook and an Mbox), and mixed by Schiltz alone; a combination of songs fully crafted recently and others newly architected from pieces written throughout his years as a songwriter. With a moody, late-night and soulful feeling, Tonight Is The Ghost is a mix of chiming guitar-pop and hauntingly melancholic, mournfully atmospheric songs.

www.myspace.com/hurricanebells
www.vagrant.com

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