Seasons After and Pavement Entertainment have premiered the official video for "Lights Out" via Loudwire, which can be streamed here:  The lead single from the band's upcoming album CALAMITY SCARS AND MEMOIRS (MRI/ Sony-RED in North America and Plastichead in the UK / Europe) impacted Active Rock radio late-January and is building stream at the format, following a similar trajectory to past hits for the band "Cry Little Sister" and "Getting Even."

Front man Tony Housh shares, “’Lights Out’ was written as an expression of the discontentment toward a situation that we had no control over. Writing music is our way of visiting a shrink. We don’t take Prozac.  We write a fucking song! We were venting I guess you could say. So as you can imagine when it became the song to roll out with it was a little surprising to us all.  Now that we are back on the road, it is amazing to see a fan who lives so far away, that you have never spoken with, or met, standing there and singing the song back to us when we do it live. People really seem to be connecting to the lyrical content, as well as the heavy groove of the music. Maybe it’s because the song was written from such a vulnerable position, and maybe sometimes it is simply comforting to know that you’re not the only vulnerable person who deals with life’s struggles.  Things always get better as long as you keep swinging..”


CALAMITY SCARS AND MEMOIRS is Seasons After's  first release in four years.  The band has begun touring, and plan to stay on the road for the majority of 2015. Upcoming confirmed appearances include:

2/13/15    St. Louis, MO                                                         Firebird

2/14/15    Merriam, KS                                                           Aftershock

Additional shows will be announced shortly.