“When our Grandfather played minor league baseball for the Brooklyn Dodgers his motto was: ‘run until you’re out.’ We kept that in mind, waiting for a musical idea with the frantic energy and feverish momentum required to match a concept like forward progression at all costs and not quitting till you die” – Ev Gold of Cinema Cinema
We’re pleased to bring you the premiere of Cinema Cinema’s music video for their song “Run Until You’re Out” (watch it below). The track is taken from the band’s fourth full-length album Man Bites Dog, which is available now through Labelship.
MAY 18 @ Cafe Carina – Vienna AT
MAY 19 @ Roter Gugl – Leitersdorf AT
MAY 21 @ Frappant – Hamburg DE
MAY 22 @ Djazz – Duisburg DE
MAY 23 @ Schokoladen – Berlin DE (w/ Insect Ark)
MAY 24 @ Fulford Arms – York UK
MAY 25 @ Chameleon – Nottingham UK
MAY 27 @ Dina – Sheffield UK
About the band:
Cinema Cinema was formed in 2008 by cousins Ev Gold (guitars/vocals) and Paul Claro (drums). Their debut album, Exile Baby, was released late that year and the boys went on to book 100 shows to promote it in 2009. Touring that extensively taught the band countless invaluable lessons, helped to further instill a serious minded work ethic and ultimately pushed the album to crack the CMJ Top 200.
By middle 2010, the duo had crafted a double album’s worth of new material and headed to the Arlington, VA-based studio of legendary DC punk recordist Don Zientara (Minor Threat, Fugazi, Bad Brains, Bikini Kill, etc.). The sessions yielded close to 80 minutes of music eventually released as the three song Shoot the Freak EP in 2011, followed by the Manic Children & the Slow Aggression album in 2012. That same year they opened for Greg Ginn & The Royal We (SST Records) on several national tours including one through the Southwest that saw them stopping over at SST’s Texas studio (dubbed: Casa Destroy) and recording an extended session with Ginn sitting in on bass yielding some 90 minutes of dark, intense, heavy music.
Since forming in January 2008, Cinema Cinema has performed over 400 shows across nine countries, including 40 of the 50 states in the USA.