Fueled By Ramen group Basement have premiered their official music video for “Promise Everything.” The video debuted today via CLRVYNT, who also sat down with the band for an in-depth interview to discuss old tunes, their new label and working on new music.


The “Promise Everything” video – which was directed, edited and shot by the band’s own Alex Henery with additional camera ops handled by Basement’s Andrew Fisher and Ronan Crix – was filmed in the United Kingdom.

Formed in Ipswich, England, Basement ­is comprised of brothers Andrew Fisher (Vocals) and James Fisher (Drums), Alex Henery (Guitar / Vocals), Ronan Crix (Guitar), and Duncan Stewart (Bass).  Together they have gripped listeners and press around the globe with their dissonant, melodic rock compositions. The band recently announced their signing to Fueled By Ramen, who in partner with Run For Cover released a deluxe reissue of Basement’s critically adored album, Promise Everything. The deluxe release includes remixed / remastered versions of the original release’s 10 songs and four bonus tracks: a cover of The Cardigan’s “My Favourite Game,” acoustic versions of “Aquasun,” “Blinded Bye,” and the acoustic track “Cloud,” which originally appeared on a limited run 7” (see cover art & track listing attached).

Basement’s deluxe reissue of Promise Everything is available now at all digital service providers with exclusive colored vinyl and CDs available for at the Fueled By Ramen webstore.

Having recently wrapped up sold-out tour of the United Kingdom, Basement are currently on a North American tour with Thursday and Touche Amore which is set to continue through April 30th and will conclude with a two night stand at New York City’s Irving Plaza. For tickets and more information visit:


ON TOUR 2017

4/11 – 4/30 with Thursday, Touche Amore, Wax Idols (4/11 – 4/12) and Cities Aviv (4/14 – 4/30)

APR 11                   LOS ANGELES, CA                                 THE WILTERN

APR 12                   BERKLEY, CA                                                          THE UC THEATRE

APR 14                   PORTLAND, OR                                                     ROSELAND THEATER

APR 15                   SEATTLE, WA                                                         SHOWBOX SODO

APR 17                   DENVER, CO                                                           THE SUMMIT MUSIC HALL

APR 18                   KANSAS CITY, MO                                 ARVEST BANK THEATRE AT THE MIDLAND

APR 20                   MINNEAPOLIS, MN                                               THE CABOOZE

APR 21                   CHICAGO, IL                                                          HOUSE OF BLUES

APR 22                   CINCINNATI, OH                                                    BOGART’S

APR 23                   CLEVELAND, OH                                                    HOUSE OF BLUES

APR 25                   DETROIT, MI                                                          ST.ANDREWS HALL

APR 27                   NORFOLK, VA                                                        THE NORVA

APR 28                   CLIFTON PARK, NY                                                UPSTATE CONCERT HALL

APR 29                   NEW YORK, NY                                                      IRVING PLAZA

APR 30                   NEW YORK, NY                                                      IRVING PLAZA

JUN 11                    DONINGTON PARK, UK                                        DOWNLOAD FESTIVAL

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