moe. - "Same Old Story" (video) (Premiere)

by Brice Ezell

20 October 2014

The latest video from the longstanding jam group moe., "Same Old Story", directed by Jay Blakesberg, is a sprightly run through a graveyard.
 

When a groovy jam of a tune motivates you, where would you go to let your energy loose? If your answer is “a graveyard”, well, that’d be an odd one. But, as it turns out, you wouldn’t be without company: case in point the Buffalo, NY rock outfit moe., who in its latest music video, “Same Old Story”, directed by Jay Blakesberg, does just that.
  
“Same Old Story” is a cut off of moe.‘s latest LP, No Guts No Glory, which was released in May. The group previously premiered the video for “Blond Hair and Blue Eyes” through Team Coco.



No Guts No Glory is out now through Sugar Hill.

Catch moe. promoting No Guts No Glory at any of the dates below:
10/24/14—Seattle, WA—The Neptune
10/25/14—Portland, OR—101.9 KINK Bing Lounge

Appearing at “Hangtown Halloween Ball”:
10/26/14—Placerville, CA—El Dorado County Fairgrounds
10/31/14—Las Vegas, NV—Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas
11/01/14—Las Vegas, NV—Hard Rock Cafe On The Strip / Hard Rock Live
11/04/14—Tucson, AZ—Rialto Theatre
11/05/14—Tempe, AZ—The Marquee
11/07/14—Solana Beach, CA—Belly Up Tavern
11/08/14—Los Angeles, CA—The Fonda
11/09/14—San Francisco, CA—The Fillmore
     
Appearing at “One More For The Fans! - Celebrating The Songs & Music Of Lynyrd Skynyrd”:
11/12/14—Atlanta, GA—Fox Theatre
     
moe.‘s Tropical Throe.down
1/9-13/14—Negril, Jamaica—Grand Lido Negril Resort and Spa

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