Exciting news- “Devil in the Details,” from the EP “Violet,” will appear on the premiere of “Mrs. Eastwood & Company,” a new reality show about Clint Eastwood’s wife and daughters. Tune in to E! at 10pm THIS Sunday and check it out. Or at least set your DVR’s…
First of all, happy 2012 to all of you! After a refreshing holiday break, See Green is back in business, hopefully with a new EP coming your way in the near future. Second of all, I am FINALLY posting some pics from last month’s show at the San Francisco Apple Store. It was a pretty amazing evening, and we all had a fantastic time! See below:
The Crowd Gathers
We’re pleased to announce that we’ll be returning to the Bootleg Theater on Thursday, November 10th for a show with the always entertaining Cinderella Motel. Mark your calendars for 9pm that night- it’s going to be quite an evening. Also in the works is a trip up to San Francisco in December for a show at the Apple Store, among others. Stay tuned!
Check out the song I wrote for one of my side projects, Moral Vacation. Hud Morgan and David Ferino wrote the lyrics. Clearly, I am using my time in the most productive manner possible. Yes, that’s me pole dancing with a lamp post. No, Moral Vacation is not a serious band. But it’s seriously fun…
So…I know I’m a little late in posting this, but here is our latest music video. The very lovely and talented David Ferino directed it, and all of the backgrounds were created from found (and legally public domain!) YouTube footage. Who doesn’t like giant cats?? See below:
Yes, the title says it all. We’re back in black (or green, rather) in 2011 and ready to blow your minds with our laser light and pyrotechnics display, not to mention our full-body Gwar ensembles. Well, that might be a slight exaggeration. But regardless, next Wednesday promises to be an excellent night, so come to the Viper Room at 8:15pm. For a reduced cover charge of only $5, email email@example.com and we’ll put you on the discount list. See you then!
Thanks to Sub Rock Music and Rod Rueger for bringing this to our attention. Check it out here:
We just finished a video for “Get What I Want,” and couldn’t be more excited about it. Directed by Carolyn Suzuki and edited by See Green’s own Nick Confalone, we got to show off (at hyperspeed) all the things we love about LA, not to mention the guys’ nifty cardigans. Check it out here: