On the heels of their new album Put The Night On, Crooked Coast has released a new music video for Cape Cod. The song is an indie rock anthem featuring guitar hooks and a big sing along chorus. The band teamed up with frequent collaborator, Brooklyn, NY based filmmaker Nicholas Santos (Holiday Fear, Kiddos, Things I Don’t Remember) to create a visually striking music video telling a story of freewheeling youth on Cape Cod.
To celebrate the new music video the band is embarking on a New England tour, which will stop at The Parlor in Newport on March 22nd. Show starts at 9 PM. The show will also feature Providence alternative rocker band Bochek. There is a $10 cover charge.
Hailing from Cape Cod Massachusetts, Crooked Coast has distilled this juxtaposition of sun soaked days and bitterly cold nights into a joyful explosion of modern rock. With equal doses of indie rock riffs, reggae rhythms, hip hop flows and pop melodies, the resulting effect is both original and familiar. The band’s dynamic catalog of material spanning four albums has earned them a die hard fan base.
During the summers they held down popular residencies on the Cape and Islands where a constant influx of travelers introduced them to fans from all over the globe. The winters found them touring the and east and west coasts as well as beyond the U.S. borders.
The band also opened the flagship Crooked Coast store summer ‘17 to keep up with the demand for their apparel and merchandise which they design in house. The Crooked Coast store doubles as an office and creative space where they host art shows and other community events in the band’s hometown of Falmouth, MA.
Head over to crookedcoast.com for more tour dates, music, videos and exclusive merchandise. If you are on the Cape stop by their store at 157 Worcester Ct. Falmouth, MA.
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