By Haley Biermann
Cane Hill premiered their new song “Too Far Gone” on Dan P. Carter's Radio One Rock Show. Whether you take a listen via its music video, or catch it on the radio, it’s worth checking out.
Wzrd Bld (Motionless in White, We Came as Romans) produced the new track. Brendan Barone and Sam Shapiro directed the video. It also features killer animation by Toon 53 Productions. The film shows fast paced, black and white clips of the band performing, along with spurts of animated rainbow paint splatters emerging from the band member’s eyes and instruments. The band hoped to convey a message about drug use.
"This song is about our short and dangerously intense romance with LSD. We went down a rabbit hole and I'm not sure how we came back. But Cane Hill's here — bigger and better," the band said. "This is in your face Cane Hill. The real Cane Hill. No makeup or gimmicks — just musicians playing aggressive ass music that's meant to stick in your head and you won't want to get it out."
Stay tuned for more information about the new album, which is to be released via Rise Records.
Cane Hill is currently touring with Superjoint and DevilDriver. Check out dates and the “Two Far Gone” music video below!
CANE HILL ON TOUR:
10/11 — New York, NY — Gramercy Theatre
10/13 — Reading, PA — Reverb
10/14 — Worcester, MA — Palladium
10/20 — Orlando, FL — Plaza LIVE Orlando