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ELECTRIC SIX Releases “I’ll Be In Touch” (inspired by Billy Joel video)

Detroit-based dance rockers ELECTRIC SIX have made its first official music video in five years! Behold, the video for “I’ll Be In Touch” off their latest release Fresh Blood For Tired Vampyres, which was released last October via Metropolis Records. Watch here

Directed by Los Angeles director Dillon Vaughn, “I’ll Be In Touch” is a shot-for-shot (mostly) remake of the video for “Sometimes A Fantasy” by Billy Joel which was released in 1980.  “Twenty-seven years later, the story remains the same,” explains vocalist Dick Valentine. “Men are insecure, they have shitloads of problems, and even women who don’t really exist have no time for their bullshit.”

Date

Venue

Location

Jun 02

Southgate House

Newport, KY

Jun 03

The Stache

Grand Rapids, MI

Jun 04

Agora Ballroom

Cleveland, OH

Jun 05

Cosmic Charlie’s

Lexington, KY

Jun 06

Hi Fi

Indianapolis, IN

Jun 07

Vaudeville Mews

Des Moines, IA

Jun 09

Lost Lake

Denver, CO

Jun 10

Lost Lake

Denver, CO

Jun 11

Urban Lounge

Salt Lake City, UT

Jun 13

Catalyst Atrium

Santa Cruz, CA

Jun 14

Goldfield Trading Post

Sacramento, CA

Jun 16

Dante’s

Portland, OR

Jun 17

Wild Buffalo

Bellingham, WA

Jun 18

Neumo’s

Seattle, WA

Jun 19

Neurolux

Boise, ID

Jun 21

Reverb Lounge

Omaha, NE

Jun 22

Aquarium

Fargo, ND

Jun 23

Red Herring Lounge

Duluth, MN

Jun 24

Turf Club

St Paul, MN

Jul 07

Rock On Concert Cruise

Boston, MA

Jul 08

Monty Hall

Jersey City, NJ

Jul 09

Rocks Off

New York, NY

Jul 11

Alchemy

Providence, RI

Jul 12

One Center Square

Easton, PA

Jul 13

Frankie’s

Toledo, OH

Jul 14

Pig and Whiskey

Ferndale, MI

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