POISON THE WELL To Tour U.K. With GALLOWS, LETHAL BIZZLE
POISON THE WELL will join GALLOWS and LETHAL BIZZLE for a 12-date U.K. tour which kicks off in Falmouth on September 12 and wraps up at the Electric Ballroom in London on September 26. The dates are as follows:
Sep. 12 - Falmouth - Princess Pavillion
Sep. 13 - Yeovil - Ski Lodge
Sep. 14 - Newport - TJs
Sep. 15 - Stoke On Trent - Sugarmill
Sep. 17 - Inverness - Ironworks
Sep. 18 - Dundee - Fat Sams
Sep. 19 - Middlesborough - Town Hall Crypt
Sep. 21 - Leicester - Charlotte
Sep. 22 - Northampton - Soundhaus
Sep. 23 - Cambridge - Junction
Sep. 25 - Oxford - Zodiac
Sep. 26 - London - Electric, Ballroom
POISON THE WELL has posted the video for the song "Letter Thing" at MySpace.com. The live performance footage for the video was shot in Los Angeles the day before the band flew to Europe for a headlining tour and was filmed up to the last minute before they hit the airport. Directed by Roboshobo (BLOOD BROTHERS, MATES OF STATE) and featuring animation, the clip is "very different video for us and in general," says drummer Chris Hornbrook. "(Roboshobo) has been working like a madman, telling us at one point he didn’t sleep for two days because he was so into the process."
The band recently released its new album, "Versions", on Ferret Music.
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