Alternative art-rock band Artifex Pereo unveiled a new video for their song “To Listen & Say Nothing,” available today. The track is featured on the band’s upcoming, debut album, Time In Place, which drops May 27 via Tooth and Nail Records.

The band will be hitting the road later this week in support of their upcoming album. Check them out when the visit your city. Dates below.

May 23 – Knoxville, TN – Longbranch
May 24 – Louisville, KY – Headliners
May 25 – Newport, KY – Thompson House
May 30 – Nashville, TN – Rocketown (w/ForeverAtLast)
June 6 – Barrington, IL – Penny Road Pub (w/Phinehas, Wolves At The Gate, The Orphan, The Poet)
June 7 – Columbus, OH – Park Street Saloon (w/The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, Phinehas, The Orphan, The Poet, Wolves At The Gate, OceanSpeak, Here Comes Quincy)
June 8 – Lansing, MI – The Loft Lansing (w/The Orphan, The Poet, Wolves At The Gate, Phinehas)
June 9 – Buffalo, NY – Broadway Joe’s (w/Phinehas, Wolves At The Gate, The Orphan, The Poet)
June 10 – Stanhope, NJ – Stanhope House (w/Phinehas, Wolves At The Gate, The Orphan, The Poet)
June 11 – Springfield, VA – Empire (w/Phinehas, Wolves At The Gate, The Orphan, The Poet)
June 12 – Cary, NC – Colonial Baptist Church (w/Phinehas)
June 13 – Nashville, TN – Rocketown (w/Phinehas, Wolves At The Gate, The Orphan, The Poet)
June 14 – Marietta, GA – Swayzes (w/War of Ages, Phinehas, Wolves At The Gate, The Orphan, The Poet)
July 5 – Lakewood, OH – Mahall’s (w/Icarus The Owl, The Orphan, The Poet, Envoi)

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