Sometimes you discover a new band, and you just KNOW they’re on to something. Well saddle up, because we’ve just discovered Head North, and we’re fairly certain they’re going to be a band you’ll be hearing a lot from in the pretty near future. It’s hard to lock down exactly what their sound is, but if you’re a fan of I Don’t Know How But They Found Me for their experimental and electronic elements? You’ll likely like Head North. If you like Knuckle Puck for their honest and raw lyrics? Head North will probably appeal. If you’re in to Don Broco for their dance-y vibes, and infectious bops? You should give these guys a go.

This is a band with heart. They aren’t here to sit around and wait on the world, or the music industry to change. Drummer Ben Lieber discussed their new album with Alt Press earlier this year, and said “we realized how many issues there are in music today, so much garbage that’s just made to turn a profit, and we wanted no part of that. A huge point of the record is the turmoil of the band; how it fell apart for awhile and how we needed to take matters into our own hands. What are we preaching this for if we aren’t actually doing it?”. Touché.

They’ve just released a brand new music video for their single White Light, which is made up of footage from their tour earlier this year, filmed entirely on the bands’ iPhones, using a Polaroid lens. It’s one of the most trippy, aesthetically pleasing videos we’ve seen this year, which perfectly matches the upbeat, feel-good vibes of the song.

Check out Head North’s brand new video for White Light below:

Head North are also going out supporting local Aussie lads Trophy Eyes on their North American tour, which is kicking off next month:

11/14 Indianapolis, IN – Hoosier Dome*
11/15 Chicago, IL – Camp/Us*
11/16 Dubuque, IA – Olliewood*
11/17 Ames, IA – The Pine House*
11/18 Lincoln, NE – The Commons*
11/19 Kansas City, MO – The Rino^
11/20 Denver, CO – Moon Room^
11/21 Salt Lake City, UT – Kilby Court^
11/24 Seattle, WA – The Funhouse
11/25 Portland, OR – Analog Lounge
11/26 Berkeley, CA – Cornerstone
11/27 Los Angeles, CA – Echo
11/28 Anaheim, CA – Chain Reaction
11/29 San Diego, CA – The Irenic
11/30 Phoenix, AZ – Rebel Lounge
12/2 Dallas, TX – Dirty 30
12/3 Houston, TX – Walters
12/5 Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade
12/6 Nashville, TN – The End
12/7 Columbus, OH – Woodlands Tavern
12/8 Detroit, MI – The Shelter
12/9 Cleveland, OH – Mahalls
12/10 Toronto, ON – The Hard Luck
12/12 Buffalo, NY – Mohawk Place
12/13 Boston, MA – Sonia
12/14 Brooklyn, NY – Brooklyn Bazaar
12/15 Philadelphia, PA – The Foundry
12/16 Washington D.C. – DC9
12/17 Asbury Park, NJ – House Of Independents

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