The Black Lips Release New Video for "New Direction"

by Sachyn Mital

22 July 2011

 

Atlanta’s Black Lips, described as a “flower punk” band, are currently making a few stops around the US, including New York and Nashville, before stopping in Chicago for Lollapalooza.

Sweeping out from behind a mountain and flying through the air, the Black Lips look like they are engaged in a strange recreation of Quidditch for their new video “New Direction” off the album, Arabia Mountain (which earned a 9/10 review right here at PopMatters).


  
Get a free download of the song “New Direction” or
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Black Lips Tour Dates:
Wed 07/27/11 - Charlotte, NC Neighborhood Theatre
Thu 07/28/11 - Baltimore, MD Ottobar
Fri 07/29/11 - New York, NY Bowery Ballroom
Sat 07/30/11 - Hoboken, NJ Maxwell’s
Mon 08/01/11 - Pittsburgh, PA Mr. Small’s Theatre
Tue 08/02/11 - Lexington, KY Buster’s
Thu 08/04/11 - St. Louis, MO Firebird
Fri 08/05/11 - Chicago, IL Empty Bottle (Lollapalooza Aftershow)
Sat 08/06/11 - Chicago, IL Grant Park (Lollapalooza)
Sat 08/13/11 - Irvine, CA Oak Canyon Ranch (Pacific Festival)
Thu 09/08/11 - Raleigh, NC Lincoln Theatre (Hopscotch Music Festival)
Sat 09/10/11 - Conley, GA The Southern Comfort
Fri 09/23/11 - Bristol, United Kingdom Bristol Fleece
Sat 09/24/11 - Manchester, United Kingdom Fac251
Sun 09/25/11 - Wirral, United Kingdom Wirral Rugby Club
Mon 09/26/11 - London, United Kingdom Heaven

 

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