Thursday, February 23, 2017

Highly Suspect and Vanity Fair partnered today

Highly Suspect
release official video for GRAMMY nominated song;
My Name Is Human via Vanity Fair
starring CHLOE BRIDGES of Pretty Little Liars
sophomore album, The Boy Who Died Wolf available now via 300 Ent

“A lot of people think the song is about being a human,” Stevens tells Vanity Fair via email. “I believe some of us aren’t human at all. Or at least not completely, but that is still our name. At some point in the last couple hundred years something changed. The androids, the aliens. . . They aren’t coming. We are here. A molecule can enter our atmosphere and change the entire worlds genetic makeup without anyone taking notice. You think little green men are the aliens? My ‘name’ is human. And Chloe Bridges rules.”
- Highly Suspect frontman, Johnny Stephens

Highly Suspect and Vanity Fair partnered today to release the official video for the band's GRAMMY nominated song, 'My Name Is Human'. The song was number one at rock radio for a number of months and was nominated this year in the Best Rock Song category among legends David Bowie, Metallica, Radiohead, and Twenty One Pilots.

The video stars lead singer Johnny Stevens and Pretty Little Liars actress Chloe Bridges, who has also starred in The Carrie Diaries, The Final Girls, and more. Marc Klasfeld, who has worked on videos for Jay-Z, Fun., Katy Perry, The Red Hot Chili Peppers, directed the video, employing the use of heavy post-production and special effects.

The band is heading on a national headlining tour which is already selling out. Please let me know if you have any questions about the music video or want to catch the band while on tour.

Upcoming Tour Dates:

3/26 - Tucson, AZ - KFMA Day Festival
3/31 - Minneapolis, MN - First Avenue - SOLD OUT
4/1 - Omaha, NE - Slowdown- SOLD OUT
4/4 - Des Moines, IA - Wooley’s - SOLD OUT
4/6 - Denver, CO - Bluebird Theater- SOLD OUT
4/7 - Denver, CO - Bluebird Theater -  SOLD OUT
4/8 - Colorado Springs, CO - Black Sheep - SOLD OUT
4/11 - Kansas City, MO - RecordBar
4/13 - Fayetteville, AR - George’s
4/14 - Dallas, TX - South Side Music Hall
4/18 - Huntsville, AL - Sammy T’s Music Hall
4/20 - Lexington, KY - Manchester Music Hall
4/21 - St. Louis, MO - The Pageant
4/22 - Cumberland, TN - Cumberland Cavern - SOLD OUT
4/25 - Mobile, AL - Soul Kitchen
4/26 - Destin, FL - Club LA
4/29 - Jacksonville, FL - Welcome to Rockville
4/30 - Fort Myers, FL - Fort Rock
5/4 - Washington, DC - 9:30
5/5 - Charlotte, NC - Carolina Rebellion
5/9 - New Orleans, LA - Republic NOLA
5/10 - Birmingham, AL - Saturn
5/12 – Atlanta, GA - Shaky Knees Festival
5/18 - New York, NY - Webster Hall
5/24 - Phoenix, AZ - Crescent Ballroom
5/25 - Phoenix, AZ - Crescent Ballroom
5/28 - Napa, CA - Bottlerock
6/1 - San Diego, CA - Music Box
6/2 - Pomona, CA - Glass House
6/3 - Los Angeles, CA - Fonda Theatre

                                                                                                                                                                Image: The Boy Who Died Wolf cover art

via 300 Entertainment