CLOSE YOUR EYES are off to a very impressive start; their Victory Records debut, We Will Overcome, debuted on the Independent Chart at #166, and two US tours are booked and ready to roll, keeping them busy well into the Summer. As added excitement, news came that is premiering their brand new music video for the single, “Song For The Broken,” directed by the acclaimed, Dan Dobi, who’s work can be seen in all of A DAY TO REMEMBER’s videos, including their live DVD.

“Our goal was just to put as much energy and passion into the video as possible,” says CLOSE YOUR EYES guitarist/vocalist, Brett Callaway. “As a band, we desire to put everything we have into everything we do. We could barely walk the next day after the video shoot,” he laughs.

“CYE has an amazing stage presence in their live shows. I wanted to combine their big energy with cinematography that matches the song,” explains Dobi. “I think a video like this will definitely get viewers to say ‘Wow, these guys are awesome. I need to see them live!'”

You can view the full video, including a special introduction from the band, exclusively on–watch-new-video-from-close-your-eyes

Catch CLOSE YOUR EYES on tour this Spring and Summer!

(More dates to be announced soon.)

Apr 15, 2010     Houston, TX @ The Junction

Apr 19, 2010     Little Rock, AR @ Vino’s

Apr 20, 2010     Memphis, TN @ T.H.A.T Church

Apr 24, 2010     Greenville, SC @ The Channel

Apr 25, 2010     East Ridge, TN @ The Warehouse

Apr 29, 2010     Richmond, VA @ Alley Katz

May 1, 2010      Manheim, PA @ Laserdome

May 2, 2010      Long Island, NY @ The Lindenhurst Moose

May 4, 2010      Montclair, NJ @ The Meatlocker

May 5, 2010      Zanesville, OH @ The Shot Shot

May 8, 2010      Buffalo, MN @ The Vault

May 9, 2010      Iowa City, IA @ Picador

May 10, 2010    Sioux City, IA @ Jefferson Community Center

May 11, 2010    Omaha, NE @ Sokol Underground

May 13, 2010    St. Louis, MO @ Fubar

May 31, 2010    Denver, CO @ Cervantes

Jun 1, 2010       Salt Lake City, UT @ The Outer Rim

Jun 2, 2010       Garden City, ID @ Brawl Garage

Jun 4, 2010       Olympia, WA @ Black Lake Grange

Jun 5, 2010       Portland, OR @ Satyricon

Jun 7, 2010       Sacramento, CA @ The Shire Road Club

Jun 11, 2010     Phoenix, AZ @ The Old World Brewery

Jun 14, 2010     San Antonio, TX @ The White Rabbit

Jun 15, 2010     McAllen, TX @ The Incubator

Jun 17, 2010     Arlington, TX @ Live At Phil’s

Jun 18, 2010     Abilene, TX @ Abilene Civic Center

Jun 20, 2010     Conway, AR @ Soundstage

Jun 21, 2010     Memphis, TN @ The Abbey

Jun 22, 2010     O’Fallon, IL @ RJ’s

Jun 23, 2010     Iowa City, IA @ The Picador

Jun 24, 2010     Buffalo, MN @ The Vault

Jun 25, 2010     Mankato, MN @ What’s Up Lounge

Jun 26, 2010     Frankfort, IL @ The Lighthouse

Jun 27, 2010     Grand Rapids, MI @ The Underground

Jun 28, 2010     Southgate, MI @ The Modern Exchange

Jun 30, 2010     Bushnell, IL @ Cornerstone Music Festival

Jul 1, 2010        Bushnell, IL @ Cornerstone Music Festival

Jul 2, 2010        Toledo, OH @ Frankie’s

Jul 6, 2010        Albany, NY @ Bogie’s

Jul 8, 2010        Windham, CT @ The Franco American Club

Jul 9, 2010        Long Island, NY @ The Lindenhurst Moose

Jul 10, 2010      Manville, NJ @ Manville Elks Lodge

Jul 11, 2010      Wilmington, DE @ Mojo 13

Jul 12, 2010      Virginia Beach, VA @ Club Relevant

Jul 15, 2010      Savannah, GA @ Sweet Melissa’s

Jul 16, 2010      Tampa, FL @ Transitions

Jul 17, 2010      West Palm Beach, FL @ Ground Control

Jul 18, 2010      Orlando, FL @ H2O

Jul 19, 2010      Marietta, GA @ Swayze’s

Jul 22, 2010      Foley, AL @ The Warehouse

Jul 23, 2010      Tulsa, OK @ The Wolves Den



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