The Damn Truth / All facial hair removed for new single Tomorrow

The Damn Truth has released a video for their new single Tomorrow, which shows a journey from the ’60s to the ’90s musical eras. The film was directed by Ariel Levesque and Ben Gelfand at I/O Studio in Montreal.

“Working with the I/O team on the filming of this video was once again a mind-altering experience”, says The Damn Truth’s lead singer and guitarist Lee-La Baum. “This time around, instead of turning us into Cirque de Soleil acrobats, we time travelled to some of our favourite musical eras. And what a trip it was!”

The last sequences to be shot were the ’60s which the band shaved all their facial hair off for, something even drummer Dave Traina embraced.

“With a reputation like ours, cleaning up was a challenge,” Dave says. “My upper lip hadn’t seen the light of day in over a decade.”

Bassist PY Letellier was on board too, saying that he “really enjoyed drinking cold gin throughout the ’60s, ’70s and ’90s.”

That we can join in the chorus is something to inspire, and it marks the underlying sentiment that a lot of people are feeling right now. “I made a conscious effort to forget the past and said, ‘Fuck you’ to the future and focus on now,” says lead guitarist Tom Shemer.

The Damn Truth embarks on a 13-date UK tour kicking off at the York Grand Opera House on February 10th and finishing at Southampton 1865 on February 25th. Some dates support King King.

“We’re looking forward to touring the UK,” lead singer and guitarist Lee-la Baum says. “Last time we played the UK was a one-night banger in London that left us wanting for more. We cannot wait to come back and hit the road in the UK.”

Now or Nowhere, the bands third studio album, was released 7 May and is available from linktr.ee/thedamntruth

Tour tickets are available from thegigcartel.com/Artists-profiles/The-Damn-Truth.htm


10feb8:00 pmKing King, YorkGrand Opera House

11feb8:00 pmKing King, NewcastleBoiler Shop

12feb8:00 pmKing King, GlasgowO2 Academy

13feb8:00 pmThe Damn Truth, LeekFoxlowe Arts

15feb8:00 pmThe Damn Truth, LeedsLending Room

16feb8:00 pmThe Damn Truth, BristolExchange

17feb8:00 pmKing King, ManchesterAcademy

19feb8:00 pmKing King, SheffieldThe Leadmill

20feb8:00 pmKing King, CardiffY Plas

22feb8:00 pmKing King, BriminghamTown Hall

23feb8:00 pmKing King, Bury St EdmundsThe Apex

24feb8:00 pmKing King, LondonElectric Ballroom

25feb8:00 pmThe Damn Truth, SouthamptonThe 1865

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