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Andy Shauf Debuts ‘Early To The Party’ Video

by Noise11.com on May 19, 2017

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Multi-instrumentalist Andy Shauf has a new video for ‘Early To The Party’, the new track from his 2016 album ‘The Party.

According to his label Anti, “The new clip, directed by Luke McCutcheon & Michael Yablonski (Andrew Bird, Young Galaxy), depicts an offbeat and surreal party attended by an collection of eccentric Twin Peaks-like characters. They socialize with one another, dance alone, and eventually engage in a strange party game which ends on a both poignant and unnerving note”.

Andy Shauf born in the Canadian Estevan, Saskatchewan, about 9 miles from the US border. He was the drummer in Canadian Christian band Captain until 2006 and released his first solo album ‘Darker Days’ in 2009.

Shauf has been nominated for five Western Canadian Music Awards. The Award winners will be announced in September.

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