THE ALMOST PREMIERE NEW MUSIC VIDEO FOR “NO, I DON’T”
Watch It Now, Exclusively on Ransom.tvTooth & Nail Records and The Almost present the world premiere of the band’s new music video for “No, I Don’t” exclusively at Ransom.tv!

“In life you want to be clean and pure and perfect. It’s impossible, but you really try. And everyone around you thinks you’re no different than you were a year ago, and that statement and it really guts you, but you’re really trying. That’s what the song’s about,” says vocalist Aaron Gillespie of the song and video, filmed in Charlotte, NC by RANSOM director Kevin Adamson (Dustin Kensrue, Skillet).

“No, I Don’t” is featured on The Almost’s latest album MONSTER MONSTER which is available in stores and online now, and can be downloaded on both iTunes and Amazon MP3.

 The Almost have turned a solo-project into a full-fledged band. Their latest album MONSTER MONSTER is completely collaborative effort, melding their talents into a whole that was more than the sum of its individual parts. Together they’ve created music that combines radio-ready rock, 80’s new wave, classic garage punk and more. The album is their sophomore full-length, following 2007’s SOUTHERN WEATHER.

The Almost is Aaron Gillespie (Vocals), Dusty Redmon (Guitar), Jay Vilardi (Guitar), Alex Aponte (Bass) and Joe Musten (Drums).

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