I can’t get enough of Hooray For Earth‘s track, “Say Enough”. That’s the name of the band’s new heart-palpitating single that has been on repeat since I bought the album 9-track album titled, “Racy” a few weeks back on July 29th.

Today, the (mildly NSFW) computer animated “Racy” video was unveiled for “Say Enough”. Don’t be fooled by the soft, simple textures of the video, as there are hard, complicated feelings that intertwine between current and past lovers. See what happens when distraction takes it’s toll and when the easy way turns into the hard way or is it the other way around?

Watch the video for Hooray For Earth’s “Keys” here.

I also got the see Hooray For Earth perform for the first time at The Garrison in Toronto last night.  It was a long time coming, as I’ve been waiting / trying to see them live since after their initial stop in Toronto over 3 years ago (just after I discovered the band). I’m happy to report that all my expectations were fulfilled beyond my wildest dreams. Their music took the crowd to a musical high as they performed a collection of new and older songs that had me and others singing (loudly) along. I was incredibly happy when they played, “Say Enough” as until today, I had no idea how high the band held the single. At the end of their performance, the band rewarded the cheering crowd with an encore, where the played “Black Trees”.  I was actually able to meet Noel Heroux (Lead Singer), Christoper Principe (Bass) and Jessica Zambri (Keys) after the show. Each member were incredibly nice and engaging as they were legitimately interested what I had to say (though I believe I may have just mumbled the entire time out of pure excitement). It was a night I won’t soon forget!

The band has only four more stops on their tour before taking a well-deserved break.

  • 8/20 – Sugar City – Buffalo, NY
  • 8/21 – The Haunt – Ithaca, NY
  • 8/22 – ICA – Boston, MA
  • 8/23 – Bowery Ballroom – New York, NY

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Aaron McMillan

Aaron is the Founder / Chief Editor and curator of Indie Underground (Est. 2012). He just tried Franks Red Hot for the first time just a couple months ago and now he uses it about 3 to 4 times per week.