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Comeback Kid Premiere New Music Video “I’ll Be That” & Reveal Fall U.S. Touring Plans

Comeback Kid debut a music video for their song “I’ll Be That“. Director Sami Joensuu produced the video with the group themselves saying of it:

“For ‘I’ll Be That‘, we shot another hybrid video working with our good friend from Finland Sami Joensuu for the second time. We collaborated on the narrative trying to incorporate a story that involves someone being their worst enemy and trying to escape themselves before it all catches up to them. The band performance was shot in Lisbon, Portugal on an afternoon before we played a show there earlier this year. Excited to finally get this out.”

In other news the band have announced a new U.S. tour for this fall that will see them perform with Madball and Pears on select dates. That trek will run as follows:

10/23 Austin, TX – Barracuda
10/24 New Orleans, LA – Santos
10/25 Orlando, FL – Sound Bar (feat. Madball)
10/26 Miami, FL – Churchill’s (feat. Madball)
10/27 Gainesville, FL – The Fest
10/28 Atlanta, GA – Masquerade (feat. Pears)
10/29 Greenville, SC – The Radio Room (feat. Pears)
10/30 Nashville, TN – The End (feat. Pears)
10/31 Louisville, KY – Trixie’s (feat. Pears)

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