Between releasing What Was Done, Vol. 1: A Decade Revisited and starting a tour with Emery, The Classic Crime has taken some more time to put out a lyric video for new video for the revisited version of “All the Memories,” formally released on the band’s 2005 debut album, Albatross.

On tour now with Emery and Artifex Pereo:

  • 11/12 – Ft. Worth, TX @ Tomcats West
  • 11/14 – Phoenix, AZ @ The Underground
  • 11/16 – San Diego, CA @ Voodoo Lounge
  • 11/17 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Whisky
  • 11/18 – Anaheim, CA @ Chain Reaction
  • 11/19 – Sacramento, CA @ The Boardwalk
  • 11/20 – Portland, OR @ Hawthorne
  • 11/21 – Seattle, WA @ El Corazon

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