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HELL OR HIGHWATER DROP "I WANT IT ALL" VIDEO

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Submitted by Johan Wippsson on 2017-03-21
HELL OR HIGHWATER DROP "I WANT IT ALL" VIDEO


Hell or Highwater, featuring Atreyu drummer Brandon Saller on lead vocals, have premiered the video for "I Want It All," at Revolver. It's the first single from Vista, their upcoming second full-length album and Spinefarm debut.

"For the most part, it's all one shot, so we had a blast," Saller told Revolver. "Best of all, we got to keep the car and the money... which was nice."

Watch it HERE.

Vista will be released on May 19. Pre-orders are HERE and HERE.

In advance of the album's release, Hell or Highwater will hit the road with Nothing More, Black Maps, and As Lions. Dates are below, as well.

 

HELL OR HIGHWATER ON TOUR:

4/14: Santa Ana, CA @ The Observatory#

4/15: Phoenix, AZ @ 98 KUPD Brufest*

 

With Nothing More, Black Map, As Lions:

4/25: Monroe, LA @ Live Oaks Bar & Ballroom

4/26: Baton Rouge, LA @ Varsity Theater

5/2: Destin, FL @ Club L.A.

5/3: Birmingham, AL @ Saturn

5/8: New York, NY @ Gramercy Theater

5/9: Reading, PA @ Reverb

5/10: Syracuse, NY @ The Lost Horizon

5/12: Columbia, MO @ Blue Note

5/13: Des Moines, IA @ Wooly's

5/15: Lincoln, NE @ Bourbon Theater

5/17: Ft. Wayne, IN @ The Rusty Spur

5/19: Flint, MI @ The Machine Shop

7/14: Chicago, IL @ Chicago Open Air*

# - Headline Show

*Festival Appearance
 

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