Stolas releases music video

2013-04-25 by Jacob Royal STAFF | 14 Comments
Progressive-leaning post-hardcore group Stolas has released a video for its latest single, "Medusa," which features Kurt Travis from A Lot Like Birds. (Sure, it's essentially a lyric video cloaked under the term "music video," but that doesn't mean it isn't enjoyable!)

Check out the official video (courtesy of John Howe) here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=it9hwkIaTd4

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Omaha
Staff Reviewer
April 24th 2013
10469 Comments


All lyric videos are a little cheesy if you let them be, but it's also helpful to know what these guys are saying. Take it how you will.

VisceralUproar
April 24th 2013
161 Comments


Apparently this is the same guy who did the "Think Dirty Out Loud" video for ALLB and that was pretty cool, so it might be a
decent "music video" for a band on a budget.

Omaha
Staff Reviewer
April 25th 2013
10469 Comments


Yeah, totally. And I'm down with these guys saving money, because they'll full of promise.

bloc
April 25th 2013
35358 Comments


Cool graphics in this vid.

Great band too.

Calc
April 25th 2013
12691 Comments


Band on a budget my ass have you seen the number of guests on this record? Or the label they are on? or the freaking hype surrounding them? I can't imagine for a new band they're on any sort of budget like your thinking of. These guys are connected.

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VisceralUproar
April 25th 2013
161 Comments


Well these days pretty much any tour band is on a digest to some degree. Their label just started. I think Will Swan just called in some big favors from his DGD pals. And the Hail the Sun guy is their manager.

Calc
April 25th 2013
12691 Comments


Obviously they aren't flithy rich or anything but as far as new bands go I can't imagine they are having as many financial troubles at this point as 98% of like groups would have

Shimana
April 25th 2013
545 Comments


yeah i would say they are more connected than wealthy

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flabbywhale
April 25th 2013
83 Comments


Fav song on the album

Omaha
Staff Reviewer
April 25th 2013
10469 Comments


I'm just surprised nobody's gone

"progressive-leaning post-hardcore

UGH"

yet

MarkTheDead
April 25th 2013
668 Comments


Good song, and I don't mind the lyrics at all.

smallz362
April 25th 2013
85 Comments


They are all good friends on this record. All the features have a strong relationship with someone in the band, so I doubt it was hard to get their support and help make the album a bit more special. This is why I dig this album so much. It seems like a large group of people that enjoy playing music together

Athom
Emeritus
April 25th 2013
17240 Comments


I played a show with these dudes last month in a tiny little side room venue in the shithole part of the desert. they are definitely on a budget. they're just fresh out of high school kids with some funky gear and a rickety van who can shred like a motherfucker. fun live set.

Azn.
April 27th 2013
5618 Comments


They're friends with Hail the Sun, ALLB, and DGD...yeah I'd say they're connected




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