Gazebos' Die Alone out today; watch new video for "I Don't Wanna Be Here"

Today marks the release of Die Alone, the debut album from Seattle outsider pop four-piece Gazebos, which is being hailed as "a solidly entertaining listen for those who like their pop music a little off-kilter" (The Seattle Times) that "sprang from some eternal glittery, skinny-tied 1979 of the mind" (The Stranger).

To celebrate, the band has shared a new music video for their song "I Don't Wanna Be Here" from director and recent Sundance Jury Prize winner Carlos Lopez, which premiered this morning via BUST. Lopez's video is without a doubt one of the funniest and most vibrant Hardly Art has ever put its stamp on.

The band is also headlining a record release show at Chop Suey this evening in their native Seattle, and will be opening for Shannon and the Clams across the US this Spring. See the tour page for a full list of dates.


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