Close Your Eyes Release Second Music Video From Their New Album Empty Hands and Heavy Hearts for “Keep The Lights On”

CLOSE YOUR EYES have released a new music video for “Keep The Lights On” that comes off of their latest effort, Empty Hands and Heavy Hearts

Vocalist Shane Raymond said of the video, “I wrote that song knowing I was being in this place of everything that I despised, and running away from all of the things I know that I should be… and to  ‘keep the lights on,’ because I know there’s still hope.”

Watch the music video for “Keep The Lights On” now.

[ YouTube Link:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lhSvHsuTM3Q&feature=youtu.be ]

Find out what else CLOSE YOUR EYES had to say about “Keep The Lights On” in a track-by-track video discussion here.

See CLOSE YOUR EYES on tour now with NORMA JEAN & more:

  • Dec 10, 2011  @ Industry Theater, Lancaster, CA

For more information on CLOSE YOUR EYES:

http://www.facebook.com/cyeband

http://www.victoryercords.com/closeyoureyes

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