Baroness have unveiled a live music video for “March To The Sea,” and you can check it out below. The video was filmed at the Union Transfer in singer/guitar player John Baizley’s adopted hometown of Philadelphia.
Paul McCartney, ZZ Top, Wilco, Gov't Mule, Baroness, Mumford & Sons and Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers are among the acts scheduled to appear at this year's Bonnaroo festival, which will take place June 13 to 16 in Manchester, Tennessee.
Earlier this week, Baroness were involved in a serious bus crash while on tour in Europe. Their bus reportedly fell over 30 feet off of a viaduct, trapping two people and sending all nine people on board to the hospital.
Two weeks ago, Baroness unleashed their crossover masterpiece, Yellow & Green, on the world. The double album landed at No. 30 on the Billboard charts upon its release, making it the highest debut of the band's career.
Savannah, Georgia's Baroness have just debuted a brand new music video for their track "Take My Bones Away." Check out the clip — which features live footage shot by Guitar World's own Jimmy Hubbard — below.
There's an old expression that goes, "When all you have is a hammer, every problem looks like a nail." In the case of Savannah, Georgia's Baroness, when they were left wondering where to go next after 2009's Blue Record, they realized that while the almighty riff is as effective a device as any, sometimes you just need a bigger set of tools.
There's still more than two months to go until the release of the upcoming double album from Georgia's Baroness, but you can get your first taste of the album below in the form of a track titled "Take My Bones Away."