The beautiful Mistake debuted the video for its latest single this week.
The band debuted the video for its new single ‘East of Eden‘ Wednesday. The video, directed by Andy Lara features a man, played by Nathan Armstrong, out in a remote desert setting, seemingly searching for something along the way as he goes from one empty, dilapidated house to another. It is not entirely clear what the man is searching for, though it seems that he is reliving the same scenario time and again.
The song’s musical content will appeal to fans of Underoath. Its lyrical content will generate its own share of interest.
‘East of Eden’ is featured on the band’s forthcoming EP You’re Not Broken, I Am along with the EP’s lead single ‘Memento Mori.’ The video for that song debuted Jan. 31.
You’re Not Broken, I Am is scheduled for release March 27 through Wiretap Records (USA) and Disconnect Disconnect Records (UK/EU).
The Beautiful Mistake is scheduled to perform live at the annual Furnace Fest in support of its new EP this fall at the annual Furnace Fest Sept. 18-20 in Birmingham, AL.
The band will join the likes of Andrew W.K., Hot Water Music and Norma Jean at the festival.
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The last time audiences heard from The Beautiful Mistake was in 2004. The band released its album this Is Who You Are that year. The album was released through The Militia Group. Prior to its release, the band released its debut album Light A Match, For I Deserve To Burn in 2002. Along with those two albums, the band also released two EPs.
More information on The Beautiful Mistake’s upcoming EP, its upcoming performance at Furnace Fest and more is available online now at:
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