New Art By Numbers Video

2012-06-30 by BroManCaptainGuySirDylan | 20 Comments
Art By Numbers have posted a new music video for their song 'Best Laid Plans' which is taken from their recently released debut album 'Reticence: The Musical'.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rdlt1LCA31A

Tagged: Art By Numbers

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Calc
June 30th 2012
14910 Comments


OMG WTF POLAR BEAR this was good!! how have I not heard of this band

peartnoy
June 30th 2012
1300 Comments


This song is fucking awesome!

Strider
June 30th 2012
4697 Comments


It's ok, insanely catchy, but dunno, feels bit forced. been meaning to check these guys out for a while though

Calc
June 30th 2012
14910 Comments


ok i just got this CD and holy shyt, some of the most original riffs I've heard in a good while. gotta buy this tomorrow

Sauce
June 30th 2012
810 Comments


i hate to be the guy that expects them to do promote a specific song, but i don't understand why they didn't do the video for regression to the meme.

Devastator
June 30th 2012
2809 Comments


Album is so fucking good.

jimmykidd
June 30th 2012
584 Comments


terrible video. like seriously wtf were they even thinking? song is good though. so is the album.

PuddlesPuddles
June 30th 2012
4796 Comments


Ehhh bad lyrics, bad video... Song's ok but this band just gives me no reason to listen to them more than once. Rather, they make me want to go listen to Dear Hunter

NonApplicable
June 30th 2012
2342 Comments


The lack of grand piano is tacky.

bloc
June 30th 2012
37742 Comments


Wow that was cheesy as fuck

Digging: Fluke - Puppy

rokknroll4
June 30th 2012
165 Comments


Expected to hate this like the other song I heard by them but I dunno I kind of liked this, maybe I'll check this album out.

wacknizzle
June 30th 2012
14412 Comments


This band is so tacky, the musical keys and scales just sound like generic Mozart throwaway parts. A.J Minette pulls this sound off much better, atleast he's able to use his classical training to create something similar but much his own.

Digging: Surgeon (PHL) - Beast of Light

iambandersnatch
June 30th 2012
1603 Comments


so catchy it can't be denied

iambandersnatch
June 30th 2012
1603 Comments


but, after watching the video, it doesn't capture the energy of the song at all, so yeah pretty shitty video (i imagined them playing it bouncing off the walls, instead theyre standing there playing relatively calmly lol)

Hertzy
June 30th 2012
67 Comments


I like his high pitched "Ta Da Da Da". Great Band and Great Album IMO

TooLateToGoBack
June 30th 2012
1942 Comments


cheesy video, but goddamn that song was great.

Homunculusninja
July 1st 2012
112 Comments


Undeniably catchy

zombiMessiah
July 2nd 2012
59 Comments


definitely like this better than their last video/song. There's just something deifferent about it.

Mabbitt
July 2nd 2012
1477 Comments


Everything about this band feel so incredibly forced that I just can't enjoy it

iambandersnatch
July 2nd 2012
1603 Comments


"Everything about this band feel so incredibly forced that I just can't enjoy it"

what yew mean



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