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Intervals unveil first video from new album, for the track “Moment Marauder”

Intervals Moment Marauder music video screen shot

You might think that we’ve harped on enough about Intervals in the past few weeks, but we really haven’t. I can’t express what a triumph their debut full length A Voice Within, released last week, is. It’s barely left rotation for about a month now, and marks a real progression for the band – and not just because they added a vocalist (although Mike Semesly is awesome), but because they’re getting some real recognition, and it’s great to see. Their management and PR team have done a fantastic job handling the campaign – they’re being seen everywhere – and it couldn’t be happening to a nicer bunch of guys.

It really seems like 2014 will be their year. They’ve already toured Europe, and are currently rampaging around North America with fellow Canadians Protest The Hero, as well as Battlecross and The Safety Fire.

They’ve today premiered a new video fro album track 2, “Moment Marauder” – which for my money is one of the finest tracks on the record. It’s got a really fat groove to it, some great bass work, and the lyrics are really damn catchy. Check it out:

It has a similar feel to the “The Cloak” video last year from Leprous, although more warehousey and less coal miney. They make use of the space really well, getting some cool shots like the one above, and you’ve got your standard but well-utilised bag of tricks in slow-mo action shots, swooping camera work, and performancey goodness from the Interchaps.

Said new guy Mike of the video:

“I’m extremely proud and excited for the launch of our music video for ‘Moment Marauder.’ This was the very first Intervals song written with the addition of my vocals so it’s a very special one for all of us. Lyrically, ‘Moment Marauder’ is about the process of overcoming tragedy. I think that Davin [Black, director] did an excellent job of capturing and creating a dramatic visual that compliments the meaning.”

The remaining dates on that tour look thusly. Go out and see them if you can, and tell ‘em we sent you:

03/12 Salt Lake City, UT – Urban Lounge
03/14 Spokane, WA – The Hop
03/15 Boise, ID – Knitting Factory
03/16 Reno, NV – Knitting Factory
03/17 Sacramento, CA – Assembly
03/18 Anaheim, CA – House Of Blues
03/19 Tucson, AZ – 191 Toole (Skrappys)
03/21 Lubbock, TX – Jakes Backroom
03/22 Austin, TX – Red 7
03/23 Little Rock, AR – Juanitas
03/24 Baton Rouge, LA – Varsity Theater
03/26 Tampa, FL – State Theater
03/27 Ft. Lauderdale, FL – Culture Room
03/28 Jacksonville, FL – Jack Rabbits
03/29 Wilmington, NC – Ziggys By The Sea
03/30 Raleigh, NC – Lincoln Theater
04/01 Charlotte, NC – Tremont Music Hall
04/02 Washington, DC – Rock & Roll Hotel
04/03 Hartford, CT – Webster Theater
04/04 Rochester, NY – Montage Music Hall
04/05 Cambridge, MA – The Middle East (Downstairs)
04/06 Amityville, NY – Revolution

PtH with Intervals and Motorleague:

04/08 Moncton, NB – The OC Nightclub
04/09 Halifax, NS – The Pavilion
04/10 Halifax, NS – The Marquee
04/11 Fredericton, NB – Lava Vodka Bar
04/12 Quebec City, QC – Dagobert
04/14 Laval, QC – Studio Theatre
04/15 Cornwall, ON – Vu Night Spot
04/16 St. Catharines, ON – Michun Nightclub
04/17 London, ON – London Music Hall
04/18 Windsor, ON – The Dominion House
04/19 Guelph, ON – Vinyl