The Gaslight Anthem release video for new single, “Here Comes My Man” – News

The Gaslight Anthem release video for new single, “Here Comes My Man”

“If there were a psychotropic drug that made users feel like James Dean, Handwritten would render it redundant.” – NPR

“This is rock ‘n’ roll as we always hoped it could be: brutally honest, naked emotions and primal, cathartic singalong sounds that pour directly from one band’s soul into yours. No posing. No sympathy solicited.” – USA Today

“Handwritten wears its hardcore-punk-meets-rust-belt-rock sincerity like a bandanna tucked into its back pocket – with songs about rivers and long roads and burnout jobs and guys who never forget where they came from…Their album is everything its title suggests: old-school, DIY, and so heartfelt, its emotions might as well be tattooed on its knuckles.” – Entertainment Weekly

The Gaslight Anthem have released their music video for its new single, “Here Comes My Man.” Directed by Kevin Slack and starring actress Elisha Cuthbert (24, Happy Endings), the video is the band’s romantic and visually stunning narrative that premiered over at VEVO. “Here Comes My Man” follows the band’s amped-up, Top 10 Alternative hit, “45,” off their recently released major label debut, the critically acclaimed “Handwritten.”

Handwritten, The Gaslight Anthem’s first album on Mercury Records, was produced by two-time Grammy Award®-winner Brendan O’Brien, known for his work with Bruce Springsteen (Best Rock Album Grammy, 2002), Pearl Jam, Incubus, and many others.

The track listing for Handwritten is as follows:
1. 45
2. Handwritten
3. Here Comes My Man
4. Mulholland Drive
5. Keepsake
6. Too Much Blood
7. Howl
8. Biloxi Parish
9. Desire
10. Mae
11. National Anthem.

Prior to Handwritten, The Gaslight Anthem – Brian Fallon (lead vocals, guitar), Alex Rosamilia (guitar, vocals), Alex Levine (bass, vocals), and Benny Horowitz (drums, percussion) – released three full-length indie albums: Sink Or Swim (2007, XOXO Records), The ’59 Sound (2008, SideOneDummy Records), and American Slang (June 2010, SideOneDummy).

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