Like Monroe debuts ‘The Hills’ music video

By on October 13, 2014

Like Monroe

Houston rock act LIKE MONROE has debuted a brand new music video for their single “The Hills” today, exclusively at Alternative Press. Directed by Aaron Marsh (OF MICE AND MEN), this happens to be the band’s debut music video release. “Working with Aaron was a no brainer,” says guitarist Chris Deckard. “He was an easy choice! He was present during the writing process and has been a part of this project since the very beginning.” 

The single comes from the band’s upcoming debut full length, Things We Think, But Never Speak, due out this Tuesday, October 14th via eOne Music / Good Fight Music. Drew Fulk, known for his work with Motionless In White & Upon a Burning Body, was tapped to produce the effort. The video for “The Hills” comes not long after the band released their last single from the new LP, “Roswell.” Click here to listen.

Both “Roswell” and “The Hills” are now available via iTunes Instant Gratification for those who pre-order the album. You can also purchase each single separately here and here. Drew Fulk, known for his work with Motionless In White & Upon a Burning Body, was tapped to produce the effort. LIKE MONROE just wrapped up a successful string of dates with Eyes Set To Kill and plan to get back on the road soon.

Vocalist Ty Johnson concludes, “We are really excited about this video, We hope that everyone else enjoys it just as much as we do.”

things we think but never speak

1. Roswell
2. The Hills
3. Black Lungs
4. So Beautiful
5. Changing Lanes
6. We Will All Prevail
7. Prison Food
8. Circle the Drain
9. Crow’s Nest
10. The Enemy
11. Strange Lips

Things We Think, But Never Speak on iTunes

LIKE MONROE IS: Ty Johnson (Vocals), Wade Concienne (Guitar/Vocals), Alex Lofton (Bass), and Chris Deckard (Guitars)

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Dave Luttrull: Owner/Editor in Chief of Hellhound Music. Star Wars nerd, Gamer, Destiny homer, blogger, writer and lover of all things music.

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