Today, Gotee Records and the band Abandon Kansas proudly released a video for the song CLOSE YOUR EYES. This is the first video from the band’s “We’re All Going Somewhere” EP, and is available to view at AbsolutePunk.net as an ABSOLUTExclusive.

To view the video, please click here – http://absolutepunk.net/showthread.php?t=1539041

Filmed in Atlanta by director by Nathan Corrona, the video explores creative film styles while bespectacled lead singer Jeremy Spring croons “Close Your Eyes, then we’ll start to see….”
“This was our first music video, and we weren’t sure what to expect,” explains Spring.  “The director took the phrase “you don’t answer to time” from the second verse and ran with it. We used a lot of organic special effects on the timing that really enhance the song.

“We are so happy with the way the video turned out, and are even more excited to partner with AbsolutePunk for the premier.”
CLOSE YOUR EYES has also been added to Paste Magazine’s “Songs for Haiti” Compilation.  100% of the funds contributed through “Songs for Haiti” will be spread among three charities active in the relief effort: Doctors Without Borders, Red Cross and Wyclef Jean’s Yele Haiti Earthquake Fund.  For more information, please see http://songsforhaiti.org

Upcoming February tour dates:
Feb 11 – Manhattan, KS
Feb 12 – Wichita, KS
Feb 13 – Kansas City, MO
Feb 18 – Minneapolis, MN
Feb 19 – Wausau, WI
Feb 20 – Mankato, MN
Feb 21 – Cedar Falls, IA
Feb 25 – Waco, TX
Feb 26 – Plano, TX
Feb 27 – Houston, TX
Feb 28 – Austin, TX

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