SEETHER Ages Gracefully In 'Same Damn Life' Video

SEETHER Ages Gracefully In 'Same Damn Life' Video

Judging by the brand new video for SEETHER's latest single, "Same Damn Life", "retirement" just got a whole lot more fun!

Watch as SEETHER redefines the phrase "aging gracefully" in the clip below.

SEETHER frontman Shaun Morgan came up with the "Same Damn Life" video concept in close collaboration with director Nathan Cox (QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE, FOO FIGHTERS, SYSTEM OF A DOWN, MARILYN MANSON); the pair have wanted to work together for years.

"Same Damn Life", the highly melodic second single from SEETHER's latest studio album, "Isolate And Medicate", is fast on the rise at Active Rock radio, already busting into the Top 10 after a few short weeks.

"Isolate And Medicate" sold 37,000 copies in the U.S. in its first week of release to debut at No. 4 on the Billboard album chart.

Morgan told The Pulse Of Radio that the "Isolate And Medicate" title describes almost exactly the conditions under which he wrote the group's new songs. "It sums up the process of writing the album," he said. "I felt pretty sequestered at the time and I was in an interesting place personally. So I took refuge in this little studio that I built basically by hand and I won't lie, there was plenty of red wine drank up there, there was, you know, the odd cigarette was smoked up there... It was definitely just that, it was me isolating myself and medicating myself in various different ways and making music."

"Isolate And Medicate" follows up 2011's "Holding Onto Strings Better Left To Fray". It marks the group's debut with Concord Record Group after spending the first decade of their career on Wind-Up Records. The band teamed up again with ace producer Brendan O'Brien (PEARL JAM, STONE TEMPLE PILOTS) to deliver the most poignant, passionate and powerful record of their career.

SEETHER, GODSMACK and others took part in the Rockstar Energy Uproar Festival this past summer.

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