|SLEEPING GIANT Premieres Music Video for “Tithemi” with New Release Tuesday|
SLEEPING GIANT has teamed up with New Release Tuesday for the premiere of their new music video for “Tithemi”. Capturing the band’s explosive live performance and impassioned crowd interactions, the video was filmed over two continents including South America and the US. Guitarist Eric Gregson says, “This is Sleeping Giant in our element and our worship in its proper context. It doesn’t get more raw than this.”
The music video for “Tithemi” can be seen HERE.
The song “Tithemi” is taken from Kingdom Days In An Evil Age, SLEEPING GIANT‘s Ain’t No Grave Records debut. Released less than five months ago, Kingdom Days In An Evil Age is already on the brim of surpassing the mark of 10,000 copies sold. SLEEPING GIANT will also be playing four dates alongside STICK TO YOUR GUNS at the end of this month. The list of dates can be seen below.
“The Keeping Warm In A Cold World Tour II” with STICK TO YOUR GUNS, XIBALBA and DARASUUM
12/28 – San Diego, CA @ Soma
12/29 – Pomona, CA @ Aladdin Jr.’s
12/30 – Rancho Cucamonga, CA @ Nitty Gritty
12/31 – Anaheim, CA @ Chain Reaction
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