PREMIERE: Watch Blue October tear through “Say It” from their new concert film

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photo: Zayra Alvarez

Justin Furstenfeld has been making music in some form or another for more than two decades, but he is best known as the frontman for platinum-selling rock band Blue October. The band’s big hit, “Hate Me,” still gets spun on rock radio nearly a decade later, but they’re far more than a one-hit wonder, as their new concert film Things We Do At Night (Live From Texas) proves: The 19-song set, filmed at the House Of Blues in Dallas, features a sold-out crowd going nuts for singles and deep cuts alike across the band’s past four albums. Today, we’re premiering the live performance clip for “Say It,” originally from Blue October’s 2009 album Approaching Normal. Furstenfeld comments:

“I love this song because it brings us back to our roots. It’s nice to rip into a song like this and find that perfect balance of edgy and lyrical empowerment.”

Blue October’s Things We Do At Night (Live From Texas) will be released November 20 via Up/Down Records and Brando Records, and it can be pre-ordered on Blu-ray and CD.

The following theaters will host screenings of Blue October’s Things We Do At Night (Live From Texas) starting tonight:

11/18: Omaha, NE @ Aksarben Cinema Main Street Theaters – 7:30/8:00 PM
11/19: Orlando, FL @ Premiere Cinema 14 at Fashion Square Mall – 7:30/8:00 PM
11/19: St. Louis, MO @ Landmark Tivoli – 7:30/8:00 PM
11/19: Chicago, IL @ Kerasotes ShowPlace ICON at Roosevelt Place – 7:30/8:00 PM
11/19: Boston, MA @ Showcase Cinema de Lux Legacy Place – 7:30/8:00 PM
11/19: Dallas, TX @ Angelica Theater – 7:30/8:00 PM
11/19: Austin, TX @ Alamo Draft House – 7:30/8:00 PM
11/19: Denver, CO @ Sie FilmCenter – 7:30/8:00 PM

Blue October has a smattering of live dates in (where else?) Texas starting this weekend:

November 20 – The Marc – San Marcos, TX
November 21 – The Marc – San Marcos, TX
November 27 – South Side Ballroom – Dallas, TX
November 28 – Revention Music Center (formerly Bayou Music Center) – Houston, TX

If you’ve scrolled down this far, it’s probably because you want to watch the trailer for Blue October’s Things We Do At Night (Live From Texas), so we’ll happily oblige: