Wednesday, March 10, 2010
The Shout Out Louds have just released a mini-documentary directed by the band's bassist and video director, Ted Malmros. Titled Shout Out Louds ... at Work, it provides insight into the process involved (the good, the bad, and the ugly) with creating the new album, Work, which is out now in stores and online.
According to the press release, "the alluring moving images and stills taken from interviews with the band and Phil Ek, their producer, to the Washington woodlands where Work was recorded, the mini-documentary presents itself as a diary that captures all of the emotions evoked from the pressure, as well as the excitement, of creating such a highly anticipated release."
The Shout Out Louds are set to tour with Brooklyn buzz band, Freelance Whales, for much of May. That, my friends, is a hot ticket.
Shout Out Louds ... at Work: