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BALANCE AND COMPOSURE Premiere “Afterparty” Video

Balance and Composure have partnered with Clash Magazine to release the highly-anticipated video for “Afterparty,” the second single from their forthcoming new album Light We Made. “Afterparty” is the sister video to “Postcard,” which premiered previously on Pitchfork.  The two videos take Balance and Composure fans through a hallucinogenic safari – the first video is the band within a mind-altering, psychedelic realm, and the second video picks up where the band starts to wake up from their trip.

PRESS HERE to watch the “Postcard” music video.

PRESS HERE to watch the “Afterparty” music video.

Both “Postcard” and “Afterparty” appear on Light We Made, which is set for release this Friday, October 7th on Vagrant Records. Balance and Composure will celebrate the release of Light We Made with a pair of intimate CD release shows. Boot and Saddle will host the Philadelphia gathering on Friday, October 7th while Rough Trade NYC will congregate on Saturday, October 8th.   The former sold it in less than a few hours and fans who purchase the new album at Rough Trade in Brooklyn will be treated to a full set on Saturday afternoon at 2 PM.

Additionally, as a thank you to fans who purchase an LP or CD of Light We Made, Balance and Composure have supplied a handful of independent record stores across the United States with a free, limited-edition “Postcard” 7″ featuring an exclusive, non-album b-side track called “Revelation” (while supplies last).

To find a participating store near you, visit http://smarturl.it/LWMStores

Balance and Composure 2016 Tour Dates:

10/7     Boot and Saddle                     Philadelphia, PA

10/8     Rough Trade NYC                 Brooklyn, NY
10/13   The Broadberry                      Richmond, VA
10/14   Cat’s Cradle                            Carrboro, NC
10/15   The Masquerade                     Atlanta, GA
10/16   1904 Music Hall                     Jacksonville, FL
10/18   Kelsey Theatre                        Lake Park, FL
10/19   The Social                               Orlando, FL
10/21   White Oak Music Hall            Houston, TX
10/22   The Mohawk                           Austin, TX
10/23   Club Dada                               Dallas, TX
10/25   The Nile                                  Mesa, AZ
10/27   The North Park Theatre          San Diego, CA
10/28   The Regent                              Los Angeles, CA
10/29   The Catalyst Atrium               Santa Cruz, CA
10/30   Great American Music Hall   San Francisco, CA
11/1     Hawthorne Theatre                 Portland, OR
11/2     The Crocodile                         Seattle, WA
11/4     The Complex                          Salt Lake City, UT
11/5     Marquis Theatre                      Denver, CO
11/6     The Granada                            Lawrence, KS
11/10   Beachland Ballroom                Cleveland, OH
11/11   St. Andrew’s Hall                     Detroit, MI
11/12   The Opera House                     Toronto, ON
11/14   Royale                                      Boston, MA
11/15   Port City Music Hall                Portland, ME
11/16   College Street Music Hall        New Haven, CT
11/17   Warsaw                                     Brooklyn, NY
11/18   Union Transfer                         Philadelphia, PA

11/19   Baltimore Sound Stage            Baltimore, MD

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