Fueled By Ramen band The Front Bottoms have shared an official music video for their song Paris which appears on the duo’s celebrated new album You Are Who You Hang Out With. Available now on The Front Bottoms’ official YouTube channel, the Paris music video was edited and directed by Dad Filmed It and captures live moments as well as behind the scenes footage from the band’s recent album release show at Morrison, Colorado’s Red Rock Amphitheatre – watch it HERE.

Commenting on the video, the band shared, “This was a very special night for us. Album release show at the legendary Red Rocks. For those that weren’t at the show we hope you enjoy this video as much as we do. Shot by our friends Dad Filmed It.”

Up next, The Front Bottoms will kick off Part 2 of their “You Are Who You Hang Out With Tour” on September 15th, which will see them joined by special guests Vundabar with the band performing two-night stands at Boston’s Roadrunner and Philadelphia’s Franklin Music Hall. Part 3 (10/20 – 11/11) kicks off on the west coast with Slothrust supporting, and includes stops at Austin’s ACL Live, Nashville’s Marathon Music Works, and concludes with two performances at New York City’s Terminal 5.

This December the band will head over to the U.K. for a run of headline dates leading into their annual year-end blowout Champagne Jam, set to take place in London for the first time ever on December 17th with performances by special guests We Were Promised Jet Packs, Wilbur Soot, Girldband, and Uzumaki. Furthermore, The Front Bottoms have also announced a special Champagne Jam After Party with We Were Promised Jetpacks taking place the following evening, December 18th, at London’s Electric Ballroom – tickets for that date are on sale this Friday. For tickets and more information, visit www.thefrontbottoms.com.

Recorded in multi-week spurts with producer Mike Sapone, both in The Front Bottoms’ New Jersey studio and Ghost Hit Recording in Massachusetts, You Are Who You Hang Out With features the singles Emotional, Punching Bag and Outlook.

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