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MTV’s legendary 120 Minutes will exclusively premiere the very first O’Brother music video this Friday for the song “Lo” off their debut album Garden Window – out now on Favorite Gentlemen/Triple Crown Records. Shot in Chicago, director Thom Glunt (Anti-Flag, RJD2) created a dark, and at times, even sinister, story to complement the heavy and raucous music in “Lo.” Tune in to MTV2’s 120 minutes Friday, May 4th to watch the music video.

The premiere coincides with the May 4th kick off of the band’s run as Thrice’s “special guest” on their Farewell Tour. O’Brother hits the road once again in support of their debut release Garden Window which received accolades across the board, including Jim Fusilli of The Wall Street Journal who called the album “a brutalizing blend of industrial rock, alt-metal and metal featuring a three-guitar attack and the savvy, limber work of drummer Michael Martens.”

For the most up to date information on O’Brother, go to www.beneathyourgardenwindow.com Confirmed tour dates below.

Confirmed dates with Thrice:
May 4th @ House of Blues, San Diego, CA

May 5th @ Hard Rock Café, Las Vegas, NV

May 6th @ The Marquee, Tempe, AZ

May 8th @ Cain’s Ballroom, Tulsa, OK

May 9th @ The Door, Dallas, TX

May 10th @ Emo’s East, Austin, TX

May 11th @Warehouse Live, Houston, TX

May 12th @ Tipitina’s, New Orleans, LA

May 13th @ The Masquerade, Atlanta, GA

May 15th @ Revolution, Ft. Lauderdale, FL

May 16th @House of Blues, Lake Buena Vista, FL

May 18th @ Cat’s Cradle, Carrboro, NC

May 19th @ The Fillmore Charlotte, Charlotte, NC

May 20th @ The NorVa, Norfolk, VA

May 22nd @ Chameleon, Lancaster, PA

May 23rd @ The Howard Theatre, Washington, DC

May 24th @ Best Buy Theater, New York, NY

May 25th @ Electric Factory, Philadelphia, PA

May 26th @ Royale Night Club, Boston, MA

May 27th @ Webster Theatre, Hartford, CT

May 29th @ Metropolis, Montreal, QC

May 30th @ Phoenix Concert Theatre, Toronto, ONT

June 1st @ St. Andrews Hall, Detroit, MI

June 2nd @ Metro, Chicago, IL

June 3rd @ The Rave, Milwaukee, WI

June 5th @ Bourbon Theatre, Lincoln, NE

June 6th @ The Summit Music Hall, Denver, CO

June 7th @ In The Venue, Salt Lake City, UT

June 9th @ The Showbox at The Market, Seattle, WA

June 10th @ Wonder Ballroom, Portland, OR

June 12th @ The Regency Ballroom, San Francisco, CA

June 13th @ The Catalyst, Santa Cruz, CA

June 14th @ House of Blues, Anaheim, CA

June 15th @ House of Blues, Anaheim, CA

June 16th @ Club Nokia, Los Angeles, CA

June 17th @ House of Blues, Anaheim, CA

June 18th @ The Observatory, Santa Ana, CA

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