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The Lemon Twigs Share Sad Video for “Never In My Arms, Always In My Heart”

Go to School Out Now via 4AD

Nov 15, 2018 The Lemon Twigs
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The Lemon Twigs (aka brothers Brian and Michael D’Addario) released their sophomore album, a concept musical entitled Go to School, back in August via 4AD. Now they have shared a video for “Never In My Arms, Always In My Heart.” Winston H. Case and the band’s Michael D’Addario directed the video, which is rather sad as it features a couple that have a miscarriage. Meanwhile Michael channels his inner Mick Jagger. The video was mainly filmed in a bar in Hicksville, in the band’s native Long Island. Watch it below, followed by the band’s upcoming tour dates.

Michael had this to say about the video in a press release: “Brian and I played in a whole lot of Long Island bars growing up, and man, we met a lot of people like this. Sometimes the Long Island mothers would gossip and you’d hear a sad story like this one, and somebody would end up with a tattoo that said ‘Never In My Arms, Always In My Heart.’ A weekend in Hicksville.”

Previously The Lemon Twigs shared Go to School‘s the string- and piano-backed closing track, “If You Give Enough” (which was one of our Songs of the Week), as well as “Small Victories” (which was an honorable mention on our Songs of the Week list) and “The Fire.”

The Lemon Twigs recorded the album in their Long Island house. It features Jody Stephens (Big Star) and their father Ronnie D’Addario. A previous press release said Go to School “tells the heartbreaking coming of age story of Shane, a pure of heart chimpanzee raised as a human boy as he comes to terms with the obstacles of life. Todd Rundgren and their real life mother Susan Hall play Shane’s parents.”

The band had this to say about the album in the previous press release: “Something now, then, big, small, bleak, and hopeful. All in under an hour.”

The Lemon Twigs released their debut album, Do Hollywood, in 2016 on 4AD.

Last year The Lemon Twigs followed up Do Hollywood with the Brothers of Destruction EP and back in March they shared two new songs, “Foolin’ Around” and “Tailor Made,” neither of which is featured on the album.

Read our 2016 interview with The Lemon Twigs in our Pleased to Meet You section.

The Lemon Twigs Tour Dates:

November 18 - MEXICO CITY, MX - Corona Capital 2018
November 27 - OSAKA, JP - Banana Hall
November 28 - NAGOYA, JP - Nagoya Club Quattro
November 29 - TOKYO, JP - O-east
January 12 - MONTREAL, QC - Théâtre Corona
January 14 - BOSTON, MA - Paradise
January 15 - PHILADELPHIA, PA - Union Transfer
January 18 - BROOKLYN, NY - Music Hall of Williamsburg
January 19 - BROOKLYN, NY - Music Hall of Williamsburg
January 22 - TORONTO, ON - Phoenix
January 23 - DETROIT, MI - El Club
January 25 - CHICAGO, IL - Metro
January 26 - MINNEAPOLIS, MN - First Ave
January 29 - SEATTLE, WA - Neptune Theatre
January 30 - VANCOUVER, BC - Venue
January 31 - PORTLAND, OR - Wonder Ballroom
February 2 - SAN FRANCISCO, CA - Slim’s
February 5 - LOS ANGELES, CA - El Rey Theatre
February 6 - LOS ANGELES, CA - El Rey Theatre
February 21 - MANCHESTER, UK - O2 Ritz Manchester
February 22 - GLASGOW, UK - St. Luke’s
February 23 - NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE - Riverside
February 25 - LEEDS, UK - Stylus
February 26 - DIGBETH, UK - O2 Institute2 Birmingham
February 27 - LONDON, UK - Roundhouse
March 1 - LILLE, FR - L’Aérenof
March 2 - Lyon, FR - Epicerie Moderne
March 3 - STRASBOURG, FR - La Laiterie
March 4 - PARIS, FR - La Cigale

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