“Impassioned, thoughtful, chock-a-block with great tunes this rich mix of vibrancy and gloom does what all great rock should – lift the spirits” –
Q magazine, 4/5
This second offering in a series of short films from Bill Fishman sets out on on a rambunctious road trip with hypnagogic and partly animated imagery and couples perfectly with the Deep South blues twang of the song.
The news of this second instalment comes just a week after the unveiling of the lyric video for ‘Earthquake Driver’ - an up tempo Springsteen-esque track, and a fantastic reminder of why Counting Crows have remained one of the biggest American bands of their generation.
These tracks precede the release of their brand new album Somewhere Under Wonderland, which has received great reviews thus far, including Uncut who have described it as: "[Counting Crows] sound refreshed again… built evocatively around piano and trumpet and woozy psych effects [with] slide guitars, rolling rhythms and sly, Dylan-esque rhymes."
Somewhere Under Wonderland is released on September 15th on Capitol Records, through Virgin EMI in the UK and marks the band’s first original material since Saturday Nights & Sunday Mornings in 2008.
For further information please contact
William Luff at Wilful Publicity
Counting Crows European Tour Dates
Date City Venue
Nov 1 Birmingham O2 Academy Birmingham
Nov 2 Glasgow O2 Academy Glasgow
Nov 4 Newcastle O2 Academy Newcastle
Nov 5 Leeds O2 Academy Leeds
Nov 7 Manchester O2 Apollo Manchester
Nov 8 Leicester De Montfort Hall
Nov 10 London Roundhouse
Nov 11 London Roundhouse
Nov 13 Paris Bataclan
Nov 14 Amsterdam Heineken Music Hall
Nov 16 Cologne E-Werk
Nov 17 Brussels Ancienne Belgique
Nov 19 Berlin Huxleys Neue Welt
Nov 20 Munich Theaterfabrik
Nov 22 Padova Gran Teatro GEOX
Nov 23 Milan Alcatraz