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WATCH: Emarosa, “Blue: Reimagined”

Emarosa, despite embarking on a busy fall tour, took the time to rework some of their select cuts from their latest album 131. The result was an EP of reimagined recordings of some of the songs, and now one of them has a visual to accompany it. The group dropped a video for their reimagined version of “Blue.” The clip’s seaside setting is a perfect compliment to the new rendition’s somber, haunting tone. Check out the video after the jump. For more Emarosa, you can purchase a concert ticket here or…

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WATCH: Emarosa, “Blue”

Emarosa dropped an incredible album, 131, recently. The release has inspired a few music videos from the band, and they have premiered yet another. This time, it is for their track “Blue.” The video features some cool cinematography, and shows vocalist Bradley Walden struggling in an elevator as he deals with a double of himself. It is a well-shot, tense video that captures the song’s vibes very well. Check it out after the jump! You can purchase a concert ticket here or buy a CD here! Please follow and like us:

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STREAM: Emarosa “Miracle”

Emarosa released a new single “Miracle,” along with an accompanying music video. The single is off the band’s upcoming Hopeless Records release, 131 due on July 8. The song features strong vocals, boisterous choruses, and a chilling tale of a love that is fading away. “I feel our miracle fade in you, I feel that miracle fade watching you die a little,” sings frontman Bradley Walden. The video, on the other hand, shows a man who drank a little too much alcohol, stumbling around a bar with a heavy heart. Watch it…

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WATCH: Emarosa, “Cloud 9”

In addition to announcing signing to Hopeless Records, Emarosa have even more tricks up their sleeves. The group also released a new single and music video. The clip is for “Cloud 9,” off of their forthcoming album 131 due July 8.  The song is nice and catchy, with some interesting guitars to make it a fun listen. The music video toys with an concept, with vocalist Bradley Walden traveling through a neighborhood and having interesting encounters with those in it. Check it out after the jump! You can purchase a concert ticket…

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