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Brooklyn’s Rubblebucket (read our interview with the band here) has unveiled a video for their latest single, “Save Charlie,” courtesy of NPR. The animated video encapsulates both the song, “Save Charlie” and Rubblebucket perfectly, as NPR’s Bob Boilenexplains, “The color and style feel fresh and so perfect for the blasting horns and funk of the music.”
Created by Andrew William Ralph and TJ Andrade, Ralph shares, “Through experimentation using my animation and Andrade’s visual effects and editing, we were able to develop a look that not only unified our visions, but more importantly, drew from the band’s aesthetic to bring the music and lyrics alive.”▼ Article continues below ▼
Rubblebucket also has new tour dates to announce! Continuing a tradition started last year with a duo of wild, packed shows at Burlington, VT’s Higher Ground Ballroom, the band will return for another two-night run in the beautiful venue, as well as shows that week in Rochester, NY (Water Street Music Hall) and Portland, ME (Port City Music Hall). For these NYE shows attendees can expect many surprises and special guests. For the band’s full tour schedule, please see below.
Rubblebucket’s latest EP, Save Charlie, was released earlier this month on Communion in conjunction with the kick-off of the 7 pieces’s non-stop fall tour. The EP boasts seven tracks, including three new originals, the band’s re-imagination of The Doobie Brothers’ classic “What a Fool Believes,” as well as remixes by the likes of Big Black Delta and Chico Mann.
For more information on Rubblebucket, please visit www.rubblebucket.com. See below for tour dates and tracklisting.
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