Tuesday, June 30, 2015

The Dig share new single "4th of July" for free download

New York City ethereal rock quartet The Dig share a brand new track for free download and streaming today, and it's a timely reminder of independence, titled "4th of July". Please hear and share "4th of July" HERE. Cleared for posting.  

The Dig also recently released a new video for the album track "Made My Bed". The clip, playing with notions of narcissism and self-identity, is available to watch and share HERE.

Nowness recently premiered the surrealist short film for two tracks from their recent You & I album, "Cold Afternoon" and "So Alone". The clip is helmed by acclaimed director Terence Nance, whose 2012 Sundance Film Festival debut An Oversimplification of Her Beauty (co-produced by Jay-Z) earned him a Guggenheim fellowship and considerable praise from New York Times, The New Yorker and Huffington Post. Watch and please share "You and I and You" video HERE

The Dig are currently in the studio prepping new material for release later this year. 

Artist: The Dig
Album: "4th of July" (single) (Soundcloud) (Bandcamp)
Record Label: Buffalo Jump Records
Release Date: June 30th, 2015

Artist: The Dig
Album: You and I
Record Label: Buffalo Jump Records
Release Date: October 22nd, 2013

01. Cold Afternoon
02. Tired Hearts
03. You And I Lost Control
04. Our Hearts Were Wrapped In Ice
05. Made My Bed
06. So Alone 

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