Austin, TX-based post-hardcore quintet Call Me King are unleashing their new music video for “Sycamore Lane,” the track produced by Craig Owens (Chiodos and D.R.U.G.S.) and engineered by Jordan DiSorbo (Before Their Eyes), taken from the group's latest full length, ...And The Snow Will Turn To Ash.
Not to mention, the band will be hitting the road with Emery and Lowercase Noises this fall, and you can check out the full list of cities and dates below.
"This song is about the walls we create within ourselves, and breaking free from those walls," Call Me King's vocalist, Joel Gauthier, says. "The video exemplifies the fact that those walls can only be broken from the inside; no one can save you from yourself but you."
Not to mention, DiSorbo said the band really worked outside of their comfort zone to showcase the best of themselves through this track.
"Working with Call Me King was a pleasure, these guys really care about crafting genuine and honest music while maintaining creative passion," Jordan DiSorbo said on the track. "The recording process was intensive and they really responded well to being push out of their comfort zone to showcase the best of themselves. Working with these guys was a real treat, and I can't wait to see where they go from here!"
Watch the music video for "Sycamore Lane" below, and you can purchase ...And The Snow Will Turn To Ash here.
Check out their tour dates with Emery and Lowercase Noises below:
9/13 - San Antonio, TX @ Korova
9/14 - Dallas, TX @ The Door
9/15 - Houston, TX @ The White Oak Music Hall
9/16 - New Orleans, LA @ The Willow
9/17 - Little Rock, AR @ The Rev Room
9/18 - Memphis, TN @ Hi Tone
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