Paste Magazine has been kind enough to host the new Seryn video for the track ‘River Song’ here. It was shot by Jon Collins who also did the recent Sarah Jaffe video.
If you don’t have SERYN ‘This Is Where We Are’ . . . get the cd or download from us now : www.velvetbluemusic.com
Also if you missed it : Magnet Magazine offered a free download from Winter’s Fall too !  It’s here. + we totally think you should pre-order their amazing new record ‘At All Angles’ now too : www.velvetbluemusic.com
Bunch of new show dates below.
xoxo
Velvet Blue Music

Seryn
02/03  Frisco, TX @ Lochrann’s
02/04  Denton, TX @ Dan’s Silverleaf
02/05  Dallas, TX @ Club Dada
02/09  Tulsa, OK @ Soundpony
02/10  Kansas City, MO @ The Brick
02/11  Quincy, IL @ The State Room
02/12  Ames, IA @ Ames Progressive
02/13  Des Moines, IA @ Vaudeville Mews
02/14  Dekalb, IL @ House Cafe
02/15  Chicago, IL @ Pancho’s Bar
02/17  Dayton, OH @ South Park Tavern
02/18  Newport, KY @ Southgate House
02/19  Bloomington, IN @ Rachael’s Cafe
02/24  Oxford, MS @ Blind Pig
02/25  Hot Springs, AR @ Maxine’s
03/01  Little Rock, A@ @ Whitewater Tavern
03/06  Ft. Worth, TX @ The Modern
03/26  San Antonio, TX @ The Limelight
Doug Burr
02/02  Dallas, TX @ Club Dada
02/28  Dallas, TX @ Granada Theater w/ Josh Ritter
03/03  Frisco, TX @ Lochrann’s
03/04  Austin, TX @ The Mohawk w/ Winter’s Fall
03/18  Dallas, TX @ Dallas Museum of Art
Birds & Batteries

02/03  Eugene, OR @ Luckey’s
02/04  Tacoma, WA @ The Warehouse w/ Grand Hallway
02/05  Seattle, WA @ Chop Suey w/ Grand Hallway
02/06  Portland, OR @ Rontoms
02/25  San Francisco, CA @ Noise Pop Festival
03/04  San Diego, CA @ Soda Bar
03/05  Tucson, AZ @ Plush
03/06  Alb., NM @ Launchpad
03/08  Lubbock, TX @ Bash’s Riprock
03/11  Dallas, TX @ Club Dada
03/12  Ft. Worth, TX @ Lola’s
03/22  Tulsa, OK @ Crystal Pistol
03/23  Kansas City, MO @ The Record Bar
03/28  Iowa City, IA @ Mission Creek Festival
03/29  Omaha, NE @ The Waiting Room Lounge
03/30  Denver, CO @ High Dive
04/01  Flagstaff, AZ @ Hotel Monte Vista
04/03  San Francisco, CA @ Switchboard Festival

Winter’s Fall
02/19  Berkeley, CA @ Starry Plough w/ Kissing Cousins
03/02  Los Angles, CA @ Silver Factory Studios
03/03  El Paso, TX @ The Garage
03/04  Austin, TX @ The Mohawk w/ Doug Burr
03/05  Ft. Worth, TX @ Lola’s
03/06  Santa Fe, NM @ The Underground
03/07  Phoenix, AZ @ Donna Jeans Libations

Kissing Cousins
02/14  Los Angeles, CA @ Silver Lake Lounge
02/19  Berkeley, CA @ Starry Plough w/ Winter’s Fall

The Prids
2/28  Portland, OR @ Doug Fir

Features

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On Tigerwine's latest, 'Nothing is for You,' vocalist and lyricist Trobee departs from the band's last effort as a concept record to write about an array subjects. Notably, Trobee tackles his evolution from rigid belief system to an acceptance and understanding of other ideas: "Through touring and becoming close with those very people I was taught to be afraid of, I realized how untrue it all is."

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