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Video: The Dear Hunter – “Home” (CoS Premiere)

on January 18, 2013, 4:37pm

the dear hunter home Video: The Dear Hunter   Home (CoS Premiere)

On May 9th of last year, prog-rock outfit The Dear Hunter played a one-off gig at Somerville Theater just outside Boston. The special engagement was the one and only time the band played 2011’s nine-EP, 36-song compilation The Color Spectrum in its sequential entirety. Of course, you don’t let a sold-out event like that go undocumented, so HD cameras were on hand to capture the affair on film, and now The Color Spectrum Live DVD is set for release on March 12th.

As a taste of the concert film, the band has selected the footage of “Home” from the White EP as the song’s official video. The video showcases Casey Crescenzo’s enormous vocal strengths, bassist Nick Sollecito’s enormous facial hair, and the support of both The Boston String Party on strings and the Somerville Theater crowd on backing vocals. Check it out just ahead.

The Color Spectrum Live features the over three-hour performance in its entirety, including an appearance by Manchester Orchestra’s Andy Hull. Pre-orders begin next week through thedearhunter.com.

The Dear Hunter have plans for a new album this year (here’s hoping for Act IV) and a national headlining tour with stops at Australia’s Soundwave festival and South by Southwest along the way. Keep it here for more info as it’s revealed.

The Dear Hunter The Color Spectrum Live DVD Tracklist:
01. Never Forgive Never Forget
02. Filth And Squalor
03. Take More Than You Need
04. This Body
05. I Couldn’t Do It Alone
06. A Curse Of Cynicism
07. Deny It All
08. We’ve Got A Score To Settle
09. Echo
10. Stuck On A Wire Out On A Fence
11. A Sea Of Solid Earth
12. But There’s Wolves
13. She’s Always Singing
14. The Dead Don’t Starve
15. A Sua Voz
16. Misplaced Devotion
17. Things That Hide Away
18. The Canopy
19. Crow And Cackle
20. The Inheritance
21. Tripping In Triplets
22. Trapdoor
23. What You Said
24. The Collapse Of The Great Tide Cliffs
25. What Time Taught Us
26. Mandala
27. Progress
28. Therma
29. Mr. Malum
30. Lillian
31. Too Late
32. Look Away
33. Home
34. Fall And Flee
35. No God
36. Lost But Not All Gone

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AllMediaReviews
January 18, 2013 at 4:02 pm

thanks. Just an FYI, it’s been well documented the next LP won’t be a concept (or likely Act IV, as much as many fans, including myself, would go for that).

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