Put the 29th of May in your diaries. Every Time I Die are coming to The Garage in London.
Every Time I Die have recently announced that they are putting on an ‘intimate’ one off show at The Garage, London. Tickets went on sale on the 21st of February and are going fast.
They have also recently released their newest music video for Map Change. It is a hard hitting video which highlights the struggles of ordinary people. This is unsurprising given the reasons behind the song itself. Given that vocalist Keith Buckley’s wife was rushed into hospital and his daughter was brought into the world premature it is clear emotions were high when this song was written. Thankfully everyone involved was okay. An experience like that does give you a much darker perspective on life and this is evident in the video.
“This video is our love letter to Buffalo in all its bleak glory,” Buckley says. His openness and bravery to let us as an audience enter his mind in some of his darkest moments is nothing short of inspiring
As dark as the video is, it is also refreshing. Music has a reputation for being hyper sexualised but there is none of that here. It is a highlight of real peoples lives and in the rawest way possible. The vocals are so intense it really hits the message home. If the video can make you feel the way it does, you can only image what the band will be like in an intimate show.
But don’t worry if you are unable to get tickets for this event, you can still see Every Time I Die at Slam Dunk festival. The four tour dates are below but be quick, they are in high demand.
Saturday 26th May – Leeds City Centre
Sunday 27th May – Hatfield Park
Monday 28th May – NEC Birmingham
Tuesday 29th May – The Garage London