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A Place to Bury Strangers, ‘Leaving Tomorrow’ – New Video

New York noise terrorists A Place to Bury Strangers have always managed to come up with some pretty cool videos on a shoestring budget, and their latest, for the new single ‘Leaving Tomorrow,’ is no exception. Based on the short story ‘Katsu Gee’ by Momo Fujiwara and shot on an iPhone, the clip stars frontman Oliver Ackermann wandering through Central Park as he’s stalked by a warlock (drummer Robi Gonzalez). He’s eventually captured and brought to a dungeon (APTBS’ own Death by Audio studios), where things get a little violent. Will Ackerman live to see his band’s 2012 fall tour of the U.S. and Europe? Watch to find out!

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