Almost There Drops Music Video @ The Saint, Films Exclusive Interview

Photo by Chris Rotolo (Almost There w/Fans @ The Saint)

On Saturday evening Almost There debuted its first music video, which can be viewed below, for the song “I Cried Wolf” off its 2010 Silver Lake EP, drawing cheers from the congested congregate that packed The Saint to an uncomfortable capacity in support of one of the Boardwalk’s most lauded Pop-Punk acts.

Manning the projector was the video’s talented director John Komar, who has several projects coming out in the near future, and released his first music video back in February for “Blood Drive Pride,” a track performed by the New Brunswick-based Ska-Punk outfit The Best Of The Worst.

The video premier kicked off a raucous nine-song set which included four new additions to the band’s catalogue that will be recorded amongst a series of others entries to complete Almost There’s forthcoming full-length, which is due out in the Fall.

The newest tracks included such titles as the crunchy up-tempo rager “Look Alive,” the funky bass-led “Snow Covered Hills,” “11:08,” and a spacious cloud surfing number named “From Way Up Here.”  The broad spectrum of tunes acts as an example of the open mindedness and experimental outlook the band plans to take into the studio with them in August…all of which was discussed in an exclusive interview with Speak Into My Good Eye that can be viewed below:

Continue reading for videos and photos from the band’s set…

Almost There Setlist:

  1. Look Alive (New)
  2. Snow Covered Hills (New)
  3. After All
  4. 11:80 (New)
  5. From Way Up Here (New)
  6. I  Cried Wolf
  7. A Fine Night To Overdose
  8. Garbage Dump Or A Gold Mine
  9. Can I Take You Home
Photos And Vids Of Almost There:

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Chris graduated from The College Of New Jersey in May 2011 with a Bachelor Degree in Journalism and Professional Writing, as well as a degree in Communication Studies. He has held down a position in the Asbury Park Press’ Sports Department since September of 2010 and is a contributor to the outlet's Arts & Entertainment section, and has contributed to The Aquarian Weekly all while being the sole operator of Asbury Park's premier music news outlet Speak Into My Good Eye.
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