The Downtown Fiction Release “Some Place On Earth” Music Video

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Fairfax, VA foursome The Downtown Fiction is excited to release the music video for their single “Some Place on Earth” today on VEVO. The video follows two adventurers as they as sketch and photograph their journey towards a secret location.

“We shot the ‘Some Place on Earth’ video in the hills of Malibu, which turned out to be a fitting setting for the song’s epic quality,” explains lead singer Cameron Leahy. “These two characters are wandering through a beautiful, barren landscape, which is how we all feel sometimes, I think. We’re all on our own search for truth and none of us are exempt from the highs or the lows. It’s a song about tolerance and love–the world could always use more of that.”

“Some Place on Earth” is now available on iTunes and will be featured on the band’s forthcoming new album, which is slated for release in 2014.

 

ABOUT THE DOWNTOWN FICTION – Composed of Cameron Leahy (Lead Vocals), Wes Dimond (Guitar), David Pavluk (Bass), and Kyle Rodgers (Drums), the Fairfax, VA’s power-pop quartet have been building a loyal fan base since their formation in 2008 with their irresistible blend of ultra-catchy tunes with a lyrical attitude. The release of their debut full-length album Let’s be Animals (2011) featured the band’s most successful single to date, “I Just Wanna Run”. The song went on to sell over 350,000 singles and received placements throughout MTV’s Jersey Shore, The Hard Times of RJ Berger, The Challenge: Fresh Meat II, The Hills, and Keeping Up With The Kardashians, and the track is also featured on Rock Band 3. Making it a point to take their infectious brand of pop-rock global, The Downtown Fiction’s impressive resume includes runs with The Summer Set, All Time Low, Yellowcard, Mayday Parade, The Ready Set, We The Kings, including slots on the Bamboozle Festival, Vans Warped Tour, overseas dates in Manila and Japan, and a tour with Tonight Alive and Echosmith earlier this year.

 

To learn more about The Downtown Fiction, please visit the band’s Official Website