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All Them Witches Post “3-5-7” Video

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We’re still more than a month out from the release of All Them Witches‘ impending fourth album, Sleeping Through the War, but if you’re not already feeling the anticipation for it, you probably haven’t had the chance to check out either their prior video for “Bruce Lee” (posted here) or the new clip below for “3-5-7.” Both taken from the new outing, they show how very much into their own the Nashville four-piece have come over the last couple years, even since debuting on New West Records with their last LP, 2015’s Dying Surfer Meets His Maker (review here), and I’m not saying I’ve heard it yet or anything, but that’s pretty much the story of the record as a whole.

If you’re not sure what I’m talking about, go ahead and click that link and go back and watch the “Bruce Lee” video again and then take on “3-5-7.” The vibes are completely different — “3-5-7” playing much more to their jammier aspects, a kind of languid, earthy psychedelic blues marked out by the guest vocals backing bassist Michael Parks, Jr. in the chorus — where “Bruce Lee” is almost all push. Which one sounds more like All Them Witches? The answer is they’re each just as much the band’s own as the other, and it’s the context of what that means that has expanded. Sleeping Through the War is full of those kinds of shifts — wait until you fucking hear “Alabaster”; not that I have — and the band’s experience on the road and overall creative progression shows itself both in the development of their style and the command with which they wield it.

Album’s out Feb. 24 with preorders up now. Tour dates (they’ve got a bunch of new ones) and more info follow.

Enjoy:

All Them Witches, “3-5-7” official video

Stoked to announce the new video for “3-5-7” is premiering right now! Pre-order the record and you’ll receive a download of the new song: http://www.pledgemusic.com/projects/allthemwitches

ALL THEM WITCHES 2017 TOUR DATES
FEB 24 Exit/In Nashville, TN
MAR 3 & 4 The Garage Winston-Salem, NC
MAR 5 Cat’s Cradle Back Room Carrboro, NC
MAR 7 DC9 Washington, DC
MAR 9 Johnny Brenda’s Philadelphia, PA
MAR 10 Bowery Ballroom New York, NY
MAR 11 The Sinclair Cambridge, MA
MAR 12 Bar Le Ritz Montreal, QC
MAR 14 Horseshoe Tavern Toronto, ON
MAR 15 Magic Bag Ferndale, MI
MAR 16 The Empty Bottle Chicago, IL
MAR 17 Turf Club St. Paul, MN
MAR 18 High Noon Saloon Madison, WI
MAR 19 Founders Brewing Co. Grand Rapids, MI
APR 06 Hi-Tone Cafe Memphis, TN
APR 07 Proud Larry’s Oxford, MS
APR 08 Gasa Gasa New Orleans, LA
APR 09 The Merry Widow Mobile, AL
APR 12 Cafe 11 St Augustine, FL
APR 13 40 Watt Club Athens, GA
APR 14 Barley’s Taproom Knoxville, TN
APR 28 Zanzabar Louisville, KY
APR 29 Firebird St Louis, MO
APR 30 The Riot Room Kansas City, MO
MAY 02 Larimer Lounge Denver, CO
MAY 03 The State Room Salt Lake City, UT
MAY 05 Tractor Tavern Seattle, WA
MAY 06 The Cobalt Vancouver, Canada
MAY 07 Mississippi Studios Portland, OR
MAY 09 Red Room at Crystal Bay Club Casino Crystal Bay, NV
MAY 10 The Chapel San Francisco, CA
MAY 12 The Roxy Theatre West Hollywood, CA
MAY 13 Constellation Room Santa Ana, CA
MAY 14 The Casbah San Diego, CA
MAY 16 The Rebel Lounge Phoenix, AZ
MAY 18 Antone’s Austin, TX
MAY 19 White Oak Music Hall: Upstairs Houston, TX
MAY 20 Club Dada Dallas, TX

All Them Witches is:
Charles Michael Parks, Jr. – Vocals, Bass, Guitar, Mellotron, Percussion
Ben McLeod – Guitar, Bass, Mellotron, Percussion
Robby Staebler – Drums, Percussion
Allan Van Cleave – Rhodes, Organ, Piano, Mellotron

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One Response to “All Them Witches Post “3-5-7” Video”

  1. blake says:

    Couldn’t resist, downloaded and listened to it today but don’t judge!! I buy all their stuff on vinyl. Another great album…I’ll admit I feel it’s not their best, “Lightning..” is hard to top, but will still wear out the record over time….

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