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September Mourning are gearing up for fall tours as direct support for Twizted and Sons of Texas with the release of an animated video for new single "Hiding From Heaven".

September Mourning are gearing up for fall tours as direct support for Twizted and Sons of Texas with the release of an animated video for new single “Hiding From Heaven”. The song was produced by 5-time Grammy Award winning Chris Lord-Alge; along with Josh Napert, & Nick Scott. The track will be included on the band’s forthcoming EP, Volume III, which is set to drop on Dec. 13th. The band’s Emily Lazar (September) says, “When we set out to make a video for ‘Hiding From Heaven,’ we strived for a visual presentation that would represent the project in a creative manner. September Mourning is a trans-media project, meaning its concept is forged by a storyline that permeates throughout different mediums of art. One of those is the comic book aspect, whose storyline is a combative tale of life versus death. We took that idea and expanded the universe through animation.” The band’s graphic novels have been released in collaboration with comic book legend Marc Silvestri of Top Cow Productions and can be found in “September Mourning – The Complete Collection, Volume 1.” She continues, “Both Rich (Riven) and I are avid fans of not only current but vintage gaming. We took the idea of having one of our main characters, Claire, who is blind to the world of the living but can see reapers and the dead, playing a video game with reaper characters. It’s a fun nod to the characters in the story. We modeled the game after vintage combat games like Street Fighter and Mortal Kombat. Our very talented animator Brad Uyeda is a fan of the September Mourning universe we created and wanted to help us expand.” The band’s striking visuals have helped propel them into a national touring act that has performed at such notable events as Download (UK), Rock on the Range (Columbus, OH), Aftershock (Sacramento, CA), Comicpalooza (Houston, TX), Anime Midwest (Chicago, IL), and many more. The band has toured with Rob Zombie, Hed PE and Smile Empty Soul in 2019, with plans to stay on the road for the rest of the year into 2020. Twizted Tour (Direct Support) Friday, 11/1 – Crusen’s (Farmington Road) – West Peoria, IL Saturday, 11/2 – Pop’s – Sauget, IL Sunday, 11/3 – Cabooze – Minneapolis, MN S.M. Headline dates Tuesday, 11/5 – Token Lounge – Westland, MI Wednesday, 11/6 – The Vortex – Akron, OH Thursday, 11/7 – Press in Cleveland, OH Twizted Tour (Direct Support) Friday, 11/8 – Montage Music Hall – Rochester, NY Saturday, 11/9 – Reverb – Reading, PA Sunday, 11/10 – The Palladium – Worcester, MA Sons of Texas Tour (Direct Support) Wednesday, 11/13 – Elbow Room – Wichita, KS Friday, 11/15 – Moxie Theater – Greeley, CO Monday, 11/18 – El Corazon – Seattle, WA Tuesday, 11/19 – The Pin – Spokane, WA Thursday, 11/21 – Diamondz Events Center – Jerome, ID Friday, 11/22 – Liquid Joe’s – Salt Lake City, UT Saturday, 11/23 – Herman’s Hideway – Denver, CO Sunday, 11/24 – Black Sheep – Colorado Springs, CO Tuesday, 11/26 – Jake’s – Lubbock, TX Wednesday, 11/27 – Come and Take It Live – Austin, TX Friday, 11/29 – House Of Rock – Corpus Christi, TX Saturday, 11/30 – Scout Bar – Houston, TX Sunday, 12/1 – Stickyz – Little Rock, AK S.M. Headline dates Tuesday, 12/3 – Growlers – Memphis, TN Wednesday, 12/4 – Masquerade – Atlanta, GA Sunday, 12/8 – Crafthouse – Pittsburgh, PA