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Dave Hause Shares Bury Me In Philly Video

Thursday, 08 February 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Dave Hause has shared a video for Bury Me In Philly.

The track shares its title with the Philadelphia-based singer-songwriter's most recent album, the follow up to 'Devour', which arrived last February through Rise Records. Prior to the record's release we caught up with him. Check out the interview here.

Introducing the video on Facebook, Hause said:

"When we shot the Flinch video last year, the director, my old friend Mike Gill, suggested we make a second video. He wanted to make a zany little production for My Mistake, wherein I play a character, "Barry", who was just arriving in Philly to go sightseeing and runs afoul of the locals, only to be greeted by the trademark Philadelphia grit.

We spent all day trying to make each other laugh, then the video footage just sat around while we toured the record all year and Mike got busy. 
Flash forward, and all of a sudden, the Eagles won the Super Bowl, the Mermaid have played a ton of shows, and Bury Me In Philly, the record, is wrapping up. It occurred to me that we accidentally made a video for Bury Me In Philly, and Mike dug out the footage and made this screwy little video, a fun love letter to the city that is finally getting its day in the sun.

Thanks Mike, and GO BIRDS."

Dave Hause will support Brian Fallon his upcoming solo European tour, which includes UK dates in Birmingham, Manchester, Glasgow, London, Nottingham, Bristol, Newcastle and Leeds.





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