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Mt. St. Helens Vietnam Band Invade Your Backyard in New Video

Mt. St. Helens Vietnam Band’s new video for “Leaving Trails” is a dark and twisting tale that unfolds like a nightmare version of a backyard barbeque. The band members follow an ever turning camera, schizophrenically splitting into multiples of themselves, while random people and ghostly objects come and go. It has the effect of a David Lynch project, where a proper narrative remains elusive, but enough space is left to allow your mind to connect things in its own way. The video was directed by the That Go team, Noel Paul and Stefan Moore. Mt. St. Helens Vietnam Band open for Dismemberment Plan at the Showbox Sodo in Seattle tomorrow (Saturday March 12), go check em out.

Exclusive MT. ST. HELENS VIETNAM BAND Holiday MP3 Featured On LA Weekly Blog

photo by lori paulson

photo by lori paulson

At their Holiday Extravaganza show in Seattle later this month, MT. ST. HELENS VIETNAM BAND will have a available a hyper-exclusive holday-flavored EP, An Eskimo Christmas, full of brand-new, ice-kicking jams.

Recently, LA Weekly’s lovely blog posted one of the new tunes, “Inuit,” on its site. And there it waits for to come and download it. Get it HERE.

free downloads

Straight by A Place To Bury Strangers
We've Come So Far by A Place To Bury Strangers
Primrose Green by Ryley Walker
Me Liquor and God by Night Beds
Los Angeles (Live) by Phosphorescent
Nothing Was Stolen (Love Me Foolishly) (Live) by Phosphorescent
Another by Greylag
Yours To Shake by Greylag
Time Between by Bear in Heaven
Start Again by Bishop Allen

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Straight by A Place To Bury Strangers

Noctilucence by Mark McGuire

Yours To Shake by Greylag

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A Place To Bury Strangers
Transfixiation
CD
Phosphorescent
Live at the Music Hall
2XCD / 3XLP
Ryley Walker
Primrose Green
CD / LP

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