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Aspiga Premiere “Wide Eyes” Music Video Via New Noise‏

September 26, 2014
 Brian Mietz

Brian Mietz

Aspiga Debut “Wide Eyes” Music Video Via New Noise

What Happened To You? Due Out Oct 21st
Via Paper + Plastick Records

Collingswood, New Jersey’s ASPIGA have debuted the music video for their track, “Wide Eyes,” today on New Noise Magazine.  The song comes from the band’s upcoming Paper + Plastick full length, What Happened To You?, due out October 21st.

The Colin Miller-created video draws on images of innocence and war to compliment ASPIGA‘s melancholy anthem.  Vocalist/guitarist Kevin Day sings of the ocean through shades of Dear You and Candy Apple Grey, creating a perfect blend of angst and honesty, all leading up to a chorus that will get caught in your head for days.

What Happened To You?, the band’s second full length for Paper + Plastick, finds ASPIGA more comfortable in their own skin and embracing their alternative rock influences, while maintaining their punk roots.  Their aptitude for crafting heartfelt and dynamic songs, with lyrical themes of family, loss, and self-inquiry, welcome audiences with a sound that is as relatable, as it is unique.

Watch the music video for “Wide Eyes” by ASPIGA at New Noise Magazine
http://newnoisemagazine.com/song-premiere-aspiga-wide-eyes/

What Happened To You? is due out October 21st, 2014 via Paper + Plastick Records.  Preorders are available HERE.

What Happened To You? tracklist:1. Medusa’s Dance
2. Wide Eyes
3. Fortunes
4. Beneath Atlas
5. Chino Needs To Feel Big
6. I’m An Animal
7. At My Peak
8. My Little Eraser
9. You’re OK
10. On Deaf Ears
11. Errand Boy

Tour Dates:

10/04 Albany, NY @ The United Arts Guild
10/18 Springfield, VA @ Mihaus
10/31 Gainesville, FL @ The Fest 13
11/16 New Brunswick, NJ @ Court Tavern
11/29 Copiague, NY @ The Wood Shop
11/30 Allston, MA @ O’Brien’s

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