Hardly Art

Seattle’s own Versing will release their Hardly Art full-length 10000 on LP/CD/Cassette and Digitally on May 3rd. Following the release of their singles “Tethered” and “Offering,” comes a new video for their song “Renew.” Directed by Claire Buss, this 360-degree video allows the viewer to immerse themselves in a subterranean warehouse world where nothing makes sense and everyone is slowly losing their minds. Use your mouse to scroll right or left to explore.

According to the band’s frontman Daniel Salas, the song is about “taking time to care for yourself—even when things are all weird and fucked up.” You can watch the video, which premiered today, via KEXP.

As previously announced on May 2nd, Versing will play an album release show in their hometown of Seattle, WA with a short headlining West Coast run to follow. The band have announced they will join LA band Froth for an 18 date US run, starting on June 19th in Las Vegas, with shows in Phoenix, Austin, Dallas, Memphis, Madison,  Chicago, DC, Brooklyn, Boston, Montreal, Toronto and ending on July 12th in Denver, CO. See below for a full list of dates.
 
You can pre-order the record via the Hardly Art Mini Mart. The first LP pressing will be available on limited ash-colored vinyl. CD’s & LP’s include a digital download, available on release day.