Music Video: Andy Suzuki & The Method - Keep Me Running
Saying their sound 'lies somewhere in between folk, pop and blues', independent New York band Andy Suzuki & The Method had their 'Keep Me Running' single, taken from the 'Born Out Of Mischief' album, premiered by Billboard earlier in the year, and now we are pleased to premier the new video for the song, a visual threading of different perspectives on a series of events that represent the swirl of energy, alienation and hedonism that a city day and night has to offer.
Having its beginnings at Brown University in 2005, by 2008 the band consisted of Andy Suzuki, Jason Gorelick and Kozza Babumba (the grandson of Grammy Award-winning percussionist Babatunde Olatunji), their growing buzz on the live scene quickly seeing them invited to perform at venues such as Joe's Pub, Rockwood Muisc Hall and SOB's and recieve media praise from NPR and Time Out NY, later appearing at showcases for both SXSW and CMJ. Crowd funding nearly $50,000 for the 'Born Out Of Mischief' album, they say, 'we have dedicated all of our energy, hard work and experience towards creating our new album...this is the album that will define our music careers...it is the best music we have ever made by leaps and bounds'.
Saturday, October 5th, 2013
Mercury Lounge, NYC [Buy Tix]
Photos by: Talisman Brolin