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New Threads announces new LP + video

New Threads have announced their third studio album via Pink Hat Records (fourth overall), Threadsboro, along with a brand new YouTube-exclusive track titled "There Goes My Mind".Threadsboro was announced with the release of the album's lead single "Clean" back in May, but today was the first day that the album was available for pre-order, along with the reveal of the tracklist and official artwork. You can pre-order Threadsborohere.

The album's tracklist is 8 songs, similar to last year's Felonious Wilma, and features both "There Goes My Mind" and "Clean" in the first two tracks. The album's runtime is 40:18, and features both the shortest song in New Threads history ("Slight Return" at 1:16) and the longest ("Way Back Home" at 10:20).  The full track listing is seen in the album's official back cover, seen here:

Along with the pre-order announcement came a brand new song and video, "There Goes My M…
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Two new videos from New Threads

New Threads has released two new videos for two tracks from their latest album Felonious Wilma. The first of which is an impressive music video for the album's final track, "Strawberry Shake" (no, it doesn't include 'The Camping Song'). The video was directed by New Threads and produced by Miguel Najera. It depicts the trio of Jacob Keplinger, Justin Siegel, and Jake Burdock as they drive in a car. While the concept doesn't stray too far from that, it keeps viewers enabled with clever shots and quality camerawork. The video also features drone footage at the start and end, so look out for that if you haven't already. You can watch the video below.

Secondly, about one week later, the band released an equally as clever lyric video for "The Bread," a track which appears not only on Felonious Wilma, but also on Seymour Butts' Infinity War. The lyric video features the lyrics of the song being presented on literal pieces of bread. It's q…

Watch New Threads skate down a parking garage in new music video

New Threads has recently released a music video for their July 2018 hit and Felonious Wilma lead single "Alone, Leave Me".
The video, which was the band's first without bassist Eric Chalifour since 2018's "Now & Then," depicts the band (Jacob Keplinger, Justin Siegel, and Jake Burdock) as they skate down a four-story parking garage while lip-syncing to the track. 

"Alone, Leave Me" was directed by the band, and founding bassist Robby Angelotti assisted in filming and took the promo shots that the video was released alongside. The song was released initially on July 20, 2018, and shot the band into overnight success when it was featured on major playlists and radio stations nationwide. It is the band's best-selling single so far.
The song is taken from Felonious Wilma, which is available at fanlink.to/FeloniousWilma on all major online retailers.

New Threads Album Release Show RECAP

On January 11, 2019, new threads hosted a release party for their new album, Felonious Wilma, which was surprise-released on January 1, 2019. The release show marked the final performance of bassist Eric Chalifour and was followed by a new video recapping the night set to "House Show", a single from the band's latest release. Ghost Town Remedy from Nashville, TN opened the night, followed by Murfreesboro local Big, if True. Both bands are longtime friends of new threads, as well as the house owner that the event was hosted at, Quinten Thorton. You can watch the "House Show" recap below:

New Threads surprise drop third studio album "Felonious Wilma"

The 32-minute album features some of the band's most notable material to date. Listen to the full album and read our thoughts here.  Yesterday, to the surprise of many listeners, Nashville-based rock quartet New Threads released their fourth standalone single of the year, titled "I Don't Care About My Neighbors Anymore", and teased their upcoming record in a post on their social media accounts captioned "New album next year." Well, when fans woke up in the early hours of 2019, they found that New Threads were not joking when they said next year- because the band's new album had gone live on Spotify, Apple Music, and other digital outlets at midnight.

Below are the album's official artwork and a brief review.

Starting off strong with yesterday's single, the explosive "Neighbors" quickly transitions into the fiery lead single "America"- a song that was released alongside a music video back in November (directed by bassist Eric…

New Threads doesn't care about their neighbors in new single- listen here

Looks like everyone's favorite Nashville rockers are squeezing one last single out of 2018 with the explosive "I Don't Care About My Neighbors Anymore" The song has been a staple of the band's live set since July 2018, and fans have long awaited the studio recording of this song. The track was dropped alongside a lyric video that features the band playing the track in a laundromat.

The cover photo was taken by Eric Chalifour and edited by Jacob Keplinger and features Chalifour's dog, Hobbes. You can watch the lyric video below:


"I Don't Care About My Neighbors Anymore" can be downloaded for free at the band's official webstore or at fanlink.to/Neighbors.

Get political with New Threads' latest single, "America"

Back with their third standalone single of the year, New Threads isn't afraid to get political with "America". Released in time for the midterm elections, New Threads have just released one of the most profound- and confusing- music videos of the year. Directed by bassist Eric Chalifour and starring former bassist Daniel Suarez and actor Andrew Lane, New Threads' latest single tackles a much bigger sound for the band.

The song opens with Suarez's brother (and former touring keyboardist for the band) Will Suarez self-describing the song as "as groovy as it gets", before breaking into an acoustic guitar-driven verse that repeats the hook "I wanna live in America". When the song takes its' darkest turn into the first chorus, the video moves with that texture, phasing in horrific shots of the 9/11 attacks and the BP oil spill. Suarez and Lane prove to be shocked and in awe at what they are seeing, in a very Blues Traveler "Hook" kin…