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Japandroids Share Video For North East South West

Thursday, 14 September 2017 Written by Laura Johnson

Japandroids have shared a video for North East South West.

The song features on their latest LP, 'Near To The Wild Heart Of Life', the follow up to 2012's 'Celebration Rock', which was released in January through Anti-.

In a statement about the video, the band said:

“Our first and only previous music video, for “The House That Heaven Built,” was originally designed simply to document one week in the life of Japandroids on tour in America. But as time went by, it inadvertently became not only the best visual document of Japandroids in 2012, but of the whole Celebration Rock era. Directed by Jim Larson, it captured all the action of the road, and offered a brief glimpse into the lives we led for nearly two straight years.
 
Conceived as a sequel, this video, very appropriately for “North East South West,” documents another week in the life of Japandroids on tour, this time in Europe. Filmed primarily in Spain, Italy, and Portugal, Jim Larson returns to the road to capture what has changed in the preceding years (and what hasn’t).”

Japandroids Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Thu October 05 2017 - TUCSON Arizona - Rialto Theatre (USA)
Fri October 06 2017 - PHOENIX Arizona - Van Buren (USA)
Fri October 13 2017 - CALGARY Alberta - MacEwan Hall - Ballroom (Canada)
Sat October 14 2017 - EDMONTON Alberta - Union Hall - Edmonton (Canada)
Mon October 16 2017 - SASKATOON Saskatchewan - O'Brians Event Centre (Canada)
Tue October 17 2017 - WINNIPEG Manitoba - Garrick Centre At The Marlborough (Canada)
Thu October 19 2017 - HALIFAX Nova Scotia - Halifax Pop Explosion (Canada)
Sat October 21 2017 - MONTREAL Quebec - Corona Theatre (Canada)
Sun October 22 2017 - OTTAWA Ontario - Bronson Centre (Canada)
Tue October 24 2017 - TORONTO Ontario - Massey Hall (Canada)
Thu October 26 2017 - BROOKLYN New York - Brooklyn Steel (USA)
Sat October 28 2017 - CHARLOTTESVILLE Virginia - Jefferson Theater-VA (USA)
Mon October 30 2017 - BALTIMORE Maryland - Rams Head Live (USA)
Tue October 31 2017 - PITTSBURGH Pennsylvania - Stage AE (USA)
Thu November 02 2017 - CHICAGO Illinois - Vic Theater (USA)
Sat November 04 2017 - DETROIT Michigan - Majestic Theatre-MI (USA)
Mon November 06 2017 - COLUMBUS Ohio - Newport Music Hall (USA)
Tue November 07 2017 - NASHVILLE Tennessee - Cannery Ballroom (USA)
Wed November 08 2017 - ATHENS Georgia - 40 Watt Club (USA)
Fri November 10 2017 - NEW ORLEANS Louisiana - Republic New Orleans (USA)

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