NYC’s rock n’ roll revivalists Jeremy & The Harlequins have premiered their official music video for “Into the Night” – the title track from their forthcoming Yep Roc Records debut full-length album (out August 5th). The video premiered exclusively via USA Today’s FTW, who calls it “a driving rock n’ roll ode to the open road.” It was directed by actor John Magaro – best known for his roles in The Big Short and Orange is the New Black.
“It felt like the gods were on our side when we made this video,” explains vocalist Jeremy Fury. “A week before we started shooting, we had no car, no extras to be in it, no locations, and the weather report said it was going to rain all weekend. Then, just before the shoot, I found a friend of a friend on Facebook who had a 1970 Plymouth Roadrunner we were able to rent. We found some great people at impromptu locations who wanted to be in the video. And lastly, the weather turned out to be perfect. It was a grueling weekend, but the whole experience reiterated the lesson, ‘where there’s a will, there’s a way.”
Jeremy & The Harlequins will celebrate the release of their new album with a performance at Irving Plaza in NYC on July 30th with D Generation, The Biters, and Jesse Malin. Tickets are available HERE.
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