Dirty Heads Release 'Silence' Music Video Off 'Sound of Change': North American/European Tour Dates

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Dirty Heads released a new music video for the song "Silence" from their new album "Sound of Change."

The video made its premiere exclusively at Yahoo! Music and is now online.

The video was filmed during a break in their summer tour schedule as a thank you to fans.

Dirty Heads will kick off the fall and winter legs of their North American and European tour in October with the first series of headlining shows taking place in their home state of California, supporting the release of their new studio album "Sound of Change."

"'Silence' is probably my favorite song on the album," said singer Jared Watson. "There's just something about it.

That song, to me, is just so big and nasty and dark and badass...I just love it.

It gives me goose bumps every time I hear it. The whole idea behind it is that the 'silence is deafening.' Silence is a very, very powerful thing."

Recently, Dirty Heads debuted two new lyric videos for the tracks "Burn Slow" (feat. Tech N9ne) and "Medusa" (feat. Ward 21) at CraveOnline. The videos are now viewable at YouTube.

"Sound of Change," features producers including Grammy award winning producer Supa Dups (Drake, Bruno Mars, Eminem) on "Medusa" and "Radio," Buddah Shampoo (Ty Dolla $ign) on "Silence," Niles (of hip hop duo The Cataracs) on "My Sweet Summer," David Bassett (Fitz & The Tantrums, Josh Groban) on "Hear You Coming," LD (aka LDontheCut) on "Franco Eyed" with Rome (Sublime with Rome) producing the remaining tracks.

The album also features guest vocals by B Real of legendary hip-hop group Cypress Hill on "Franco Eyed," prolific and highly sought after hip-hop vet Tech N9ne on "Burn Slow," alongside renowned dance hall artist and producers Ward 21 on "Medusa."

Watch The Video

Dirty Heads confirmed North American and European tour dates


October 10 Ventura, CA Majestic Ventura Theater w/Rome

October 11 Los Angeles, CA The Wiltern w/Rome

October 13 Santa Cruz, CA The Catalyst w/Rome

October 14 Sacramento, CA Ace of Spades w/Rome

October 16 Chico, CA Senator Theatre w/Rome

October 17 Crystal Bay, NV Crystal Bay Club Crown Room w/Rome

October 20 Calgary, AB Flames Central w/Rome

October 21 Edmonton, AB The Starlite Room w/Rome

October 23 Winnipeg, MB Union Sound Hall w/Rome

October 25 Madison, WI Barrymore Theatre w/Rome

October 26 Omaha, NE Sokol Auditorium w/Rome

October 27 Bloomington, IN The Bluebird w/Rome

October 29 Toronto, ON Phoenix Concert Theatre w/Rome
October 31 Hampton Beach, NH Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom w/Rome

November 3 Providence, RI Lupo's Heartbreak Hotel w/Rome

November 4 New Haven, CT Toad's Place w/Rome

November 5 New York, NY Best Buy Theater w/Rome

November 7 Norfolk, VA The NorVa w/Rome

November 8 Richmond, VA The National

November 9 Washington, DC 9:30 Club w/Rome

November 11 Raleigh, NC Lincoln Theatre w/Rome

November 12 Asheville, NC The Orange Peel w/Rome

November 13 Atlanta, GA Variety Playhouse w/Rome

November 14 Jacksonville, FL Mavericks at The Landing w/Rome

November 16 Ft. Lauderdale, FL Culture Room w/Rome

November 22 Paris, France Les Etoiles

November 23 Zurich, Switzerland Eldorado

November 25 Berlin, Germany Bi Nuu

November 26 Cologne, Germany Club Bahnhof Ehrenfeld
November 28 London, UK Barfly