Signals Midwest – New Video Premier at Alternative Press

SIGNALS MIDWEST – Releases New Video For “The Quiet Persuader”
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* Premiering exclusively at Alternative Press
* Latitudes And Longitudes available for only $6 on Bandcamp
* Vinyl 12″ pre-order coming in November
* Live From Bad Racket video of “In Tensions”
* Split 7″ Pittsburgh release show w/ Shady Ave!

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SIGNALS MIDWEST (Cleveland, OH) has unveiled the video for “The Quiet Persuader,” a track from the band’s sophomore full-length, Latitudes And Longitudes, on Tiny Engines. The video was directed/edited by Aaron Freeder. You can watch the exclusive premier of the video courtesy of Alternative Press.

Pre-orders for the Latitudes And Longitudes 12″ vinyl will begin in November but the album is available digitally now. For a limited time you can download Latitudes And Longitudes for $6 at the Tiny Engines’ Bandcamp. You can download via iTunes as well. Also, the band has CDs available here.

Listen to “Limnology” from Latitudes And Longitudes (mp3)

Rarely do you come across a young band that startles you with such inherent quality. While Cleveland, Ohio’s Signals Midwest might be rooted in the ethos of punk rock the band quickly transcends the tag both musically and lyrically on their sophomore album, Latitudes And Longitudes. Paying tribute to the continual growth of legends like Small Brown Bike and Fairweather while echoing modern bands such as Balance And Composure and The Menzingers, Signals Midwest provide a unique perspective that resides firmly outside the punk-by-the-numbers formula.

Signals Midwest formed in late 2008 as a trio and issued their first full-length album in 2009. In 2010 the band expanded to a quartet with the addition of a second guitar player. That would be a pivotal move in the band’s collaborative development. Experimenting with and expanding their sound, Signals Midwest quickly outgrew the standard pop/punk pace. With 2011’s Latitudes And Longitudes there is a fleshed out maturity that shines through. Recorded mostly live, the album bristles with the kind of energy and purpose that emanates from a band confidently growing comfortable in their own skin.

You can also check out a live video of the album opener, “In Tensions”. The song was the first performance in the “Live from Bad Racket” series sponsored by Ohio Authority and was directed by Aaron Freeder as well.

Signals Midwest is also playing a show in Pittsburgh, PA this Saturday (10/22) @ 222 Ormsby in celebration of the band’s split 7″ release with their friends in Shady Ave! so if you’re in the area definitely check it out!

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