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Digisaurus Premiere New Video, “I Don’t Feel Alright”

The innovative electro-pop project of James Allison, Digisaurus, has premiered a new music video for single “I Don’t Feel Alright” featuring Fran Litterski of Magic Man. WATCH “I DON’T FEEL ALRIGHT”

The video was directed by Evan Spencer Brace, who has shot pieces for Phantogram, White Arrows, Taking Back Sunday, The Mowglis and more. Together, James and Evan decided they wanted to create something that reflected the Digisaurus live show, rather than a storied concept. They explored the visual innovation for which James is known and employed experimental lighting effects, gleaming retro and futuristic at once.

James offered insight into the creation of this video:

“I met Evan at a show in Nashville on our last tour .. he shot some of our set and gave me a card after,” said James. “I learned Evan had directed some of my favorite videos for Phantogram and White Arrows … He wanted to experiment with a bunch of different lens effects and some giant glass panes he bought. We were going for a visually beautiful video that matched the theme and aesthetic of the song.”

The song was produced by Mike Landolt, whose engineering expertise spans accomplished acts including Maroon 5, Spin Doctors, OAR and more. Digisaurus is currently touring the US. Dates are listed below.

Tour Dates:

3/2 • Washington, DC • Velvet Lounge
3/3 • Baltimore, MD • Sidebar
3/9 • Philadelphia, PA • Everybody Hits
3/17 • Columbus, OH • Rumba
3/22 • Harrisonburg, VA • Clementine Cafe
3/23 • Fairfax, VA • Epicure Cafe
3/24 • Richmond, VA • On the Rox
3/25 • Staunton, VA • The Pompei Lounge
3/27 • Baltimore, MD • Teavolve
3/28 • Brooklyn, NY • The Way Station
3/29 • Lock Haven, PA • Avenue 209
3/30 • Buffalo, NY • Lockhouse Distillery
3/31 • Mount Joy, PA • Bube’s Brewery
4/1 • Camp Hill, PA • Cornerstone Coffeehouse
4/2 • New York, NY • Pianos
4/4 • Burlington, VT • Manhattan Pizza & Pub
4/5 • Burlington, VT • Radio Bean
4/6 • Dover, NH • Dover Teen Center
4/7 • Biddeford, ME • Elements
4/8 • Manchester, VT • The Perfect Wife
4/9 • Stroudsburg, PA • The Living Room
4/10 • Kent, OH • Stone Tavern
4/11 • Petoskey, MI • City Park Grill
4/12 • Port Huron, MI • Loud Music & Apparel
4/13 • Muncie, IN • Be Here Now
4/14 • Indianapolis, IN • 10 Johnson Ave. Coffeehouse
4/16 • Iowa City, IA • Gabe’s
4/17 • Des Moines, IA • Lefty’s
4/18 • Lincoln, NE • Duffy’s Tavern
4/19 • Kansas City, MO • Prohibition Hall
4/20 • Norman, OK • Red Brick Bar
4/21 • Lubbock, TX • Cafe J’s
4/22 • Lubbock, TX • Local Bar & Grill
4/23 • Lubbock, TX • BarPM
4/25 • Fayetteville, AR • The Syc House
4/26 • Springfield, MO • Nathan P Murphy’s
4/27 • Fayetteville, AR • Dickson Street Pub
4/28 • Nashville, TN • Wylee’s
4/29 • Thomas, WV • The Purpe Fiddle
4/30 • Charleston, WV • The Empty Glass
5/11 • Brattleboro, VT • Whetstone Station Brewery
5/12 • Wareham, MA • 3065 Live
5/13 • Worcester, MA • Ralph’s Diner

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