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Covet Celebrate Halloween with “Howl” Video

Covet, who are currently on the road with Polyphia, celebrate all things spooky with their newly released video for “Howl,” which can be seen now via Revolverhttps://www.revolvermag.com/music/hot-tubs-swords-murder-see-math-rock-trio-covets-bizarre-new-howl-video.

“’Howl’ was written as one of the darker toned songs on the album,” explains guitar player Yvette Young of the Tom Flynn directed clip. “I wanted to convey a more bipolar feel when I wrote this song, and I wanted the video to reflect that and be a bit mysterious. The video is basically about the three of us occupying a spooky house and hunting each other down, with flashbacks to nicer times.”

Covet are in the midst of a North American tour supporting Polyphia. New Noise said, of the band’s recent Sacramento performance, that the Bay Area trio left them “speechless” with their “beautiful, technical, jazzy sound.” The band recently released their Triple Crown Records’ debut, effloresce, with The Noise saying the six-song release is “one of 2018’s best instrumental records.” Guitar Worldpremiered the video for the band’s track “Glimmer,” which can be seen here: https://youtu.be/iaBYzjaMCuQ.

A remix contest, which offers fans the chance to tackle the song “Shibuya,” is currently taking submissions via https://blend.io/feature/covet-remixcontest. The winner will receive a custom painted Meris Ottobit Jr guitar pedal.

Tour dates (w/Polyphia):

October 30 Montreal, QC Le Belmont

October 31 Brooklyn, NY Music Hall of Williamsburg

November 1 Philadelphia, PA Theatre of Living Arts

November 2 Boston, MA Paradise Rock Club

November 3 Washington, DC Rock & Roll Hotel

November 4 Carrboro, NC Cat’s Cradle

November 6 Orlando, FL The Abbey

November 7 Atlanta, GA Terminal West

November 9 Dallas, TX Trees

November 10 Houston, TX Warehouse Live

November 11 Austin, TX Barracuda

November 18 Osaka, Japan Shinsaibashi Soma

November 19 Nagoya, Japan ell. Fits All

November 21 Shibuya, Japan Tsutaya O-East

February 6 Manchester, UK The Deaf Institute

February 7 Glasgow, UK Stereo

February 8 Nottingham, UK Rock City

February 9 Leeds, UK Brudenell Social Club

February 10 Brighton, UK The Haunt

February 11 Bristol, UK The Fleece

February 12 London, UK Electrowerkz

February 13 West Midlands, UK O2 Academy Birmingham

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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