Something Loud (music video)

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Something Loud (music video)


Released: 2022-06-10
Length: 3:18
Label: TuneCore (on behalf of Exotic Location Recordings)
Producer: Justin_Meldal-Johnsen [1]
Director: Jimmy Eat World and Austin Gavin [2]

The Something Loud music video is a in-studio recording of the song Something Loud from the band Jimmy Eat World. The video depicts the band playing in black and white in a small studio.The video was co-directed by the band and Austin Gavin [2]. Notably, this recording includes Robin Vining on backup vocals and guitar. The video is dedicated to the memory of Mike Gill who had worked on the 555 (music video) with the band as a co-director with Jim Adkins. [3] [4] Gill had been working with the band on a different concept for a music video for Somthing Loud when he passed away in 2022-05.

Filming Details

Originally the music video was planned to be a different concept that was scrapped after the death of Mike Gill in 2022-05. [5] the band instead opted for an in-studio performance reminiscent of the Phoenix Sessions performances. The songs theme was related to the excitement of fans for 2022-10’s When We Were Young Festival. "The overwhelming response to the lineup triggered a period of deep personal and professional reflection" for Adkins [6] [7] [8]

Personnel

Jimmy Eat World

Producer

See Also

Something Loud (song)

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 https://www.instagram.com/p/CeoL3ErlRpq/, jimmyeatworld, jimmyeatworld, 2022-06-10, Instagram.com, Instagram.com, Our new song Something Loud is out now!!! Hit the link in bio to listen + watch the new video. Congratulations, gentlemen. Thanks for having me on board.,
  2. 2.0 2.1 https://www.nme.com/news/music/jimmy-eat-world-return-punchy-new-song-something-loud-3244705, Jimmy Eat World return with punchy new song ‘Something Loud’, Daly, Rhian, 2022-06-10, NME, NME, 2022-06-13, Jimmy Eat World return with punchy new song ‘Something Loud’ The track was inspired by the excitement that surrounded the announcement of Vegas' When We Were Young festival By Rhian Daly 10th June 2022 Jimmy Eat World’s Jim Adkins CREDIT: Scott Dudelson/Getty Images Jimmy Eat World have today (June 10) shared a punchy new track called ‘Something Loud’ – scroll down the page to watch the video now. The track is the band’s first single since ‘Love Never’, which was released in 2019 and featured on the album ‘Surviving’. ‘Something Loud’ was inspired by the excitement that surrounded the announcement of When We Were Young festival, which will take place in Las Vegas this October. Speaking in a press release, frontman Jim Adkins said the response to the event elicited a period of reflection in both his personal and professional lives. “While I thought I made the most of the early band days, I realise now I missed some stuff,” he said. “You’re in such a hurry to grow out of the formidable years. Like shit-togetherness is going to magically arrive when you hit some age you thought ‘grownups’ were. Yeah, it doesn’t work that way. But maybe the thing age and experience do reveal is that pivotal moments are hard to grasp when you are in them.” The new single comes accompanied by a video co-directed by the band and Austin Gavin. In it, they’re seen in their studio in black-and-white, while a closing scene pays tribute to their late friend Mike Gill, who co-directed the video for 2019’s ‘555’. Watch the ‘Something Loud’ video above now.,
  3. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XU-TZiVVaTE&t=4s, 555, Jimmy Eat World, 2019-10-17, YouTube, YouTube, 2022-06-13,
  4. https://vanyaland.com/2022/05/18/michael-gill-to-be-remembered-at-a-celebration-of-his-life-in-cambridge/, Michael Gill to be remembered at a celebration of his life in Cambridge, O'Connor Marottaon, Michael, 2022-05-18, Vanyaland, Vanyaland, 2022-06-13, Michael Gill to be remembered at a celebration of his life in Cambridge By Michael O'Connor Marottaon May 18, 2022 Photo Credit: Chase Lisbon The Boston music scene is still reeling from the sudden and unexpected death of Michael Gill, who died on May 6 of natural causes at the age of 45. Now his massive circle of friends, collaborators, and acquaintances are coming together to honor the beloved filmmaker, videographer, musician and ally to everyone he ever met with a gathering in Cambridge. “’Let’s Get Faced’ a Celebration of Life for Michael Gill,” takes place at The Middle East in Central Square, one of Gill’s longtime haunts before his relocation to Los Angeles a few years ago, on June 5. “He would have wanted us all to get faced in his honor so that is what we are going to do,” writes organizer Abigail Taylor on the Facebook event page. “Join us at the Middle East upstairs, restaurant and patio for a night of unabashed joy. We will sing stupid songs. We will dance stupid dances. We will hug one another until our arms hurt. Please invite people as we know we don’t know everyone he knew.” And Gill seemingly knew everyone. As news of his passing circulated on social media on May 6, a flurry of tributes poured in from those expressing shock, sadness, and condolences. Some praised Gill’s time as drummer for Boston indie pioneers The Damn Personals as well as The Murder Mile and Johnny Too Bad and the Strikeouts; others cited his direction of music videos and other visual content for the likes of Freezepop (who he also performed live with), Guster, Dropkick Murphys, Jittery Jack, Mission of Burma, and Jimmy Eat World; and others referenced his skills in filmmaking, editing, and documentation, with a resume that includes 2010’s Nobody’s Robots: a Farewell to Piebald, 2013’s Fat, 2019’s The Amazing Johnathan Documentary, and Road To Ruane, the unfinished but oft-discussed documentary about Boston music impresario Billy Ruane. Gill’s list of credits and affiliations was long, but the one common thread in everyone’s post was about the type of friend and person he was. Many shared personal anecdotes about randomly bumping into him around Allston and Cambridge, kickstarting endless nights out on the town and cementing memories, and his bandmates and colleagues offered photos and stories of life on the road and time spent on tour. His generosity, sense of humor, and genuine demeanor highlighted each post. The volume of tributes and “Mike Gill knows everybody” posts were so plentiful, his longtime friend, collaborator, and confidant Sean Drinkwater joked that “if nothing else I’ll take some solace in the fact that it seems like Michael was more popular than David Bowie.” In 2017, Gill relocated to Los Angeles, where he became a lifeline for those back in the Boston music scene, quickly acclimating himself to his new home and easily adjusting to a West Coast lifestyle. New Englanders who went out to Southern California often ran into Gill, and he took pride in showing old friends his new city. One person who we spoke with after Gill’s death said going out to Los Angeles and meeting up with him to hang out for however many days “was just something you did.” Now friends will be meeting up in his honor. In addition to the June gathering in Central Square, another event with live music is currently being planned for later in the year. In the meantime, donations in Michael Gill’s memory can be made to Against Malaria, The Life You Can Save, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, or UNICEF. Check out some of his tireless work below.,
  5. https://www.loudersound.com/news/jimmy-eat-world-are-back-with-something-loud, Jimmy Eat World are back with Something Loud, Kielty, Martin, 2022-06-09, Louder Sound, Louder Sound, 2022-06-13, Jimmy Eat World are back with Something Loud By Martin Kielty Jimmy Eat World (Image credit: Jimi Giannatti / Press) Jimmy Eat World say they’re in a better position than ever as they launch new track Something Loud. They’re proudly “sans-label and creatively invigorated with no one to answer to but themselves” as they gear up for a run of European and UK tour dates. “While I thought I made the most of the early band days, I realize now I missed some stuff,” vocalist and guitarist Jim Adkins said. “You’re in such a hurry to grow out of the formidable years. Like shit-togetherness is going to magically arrive when you hit some age you thought ‘grownups’ were. “Yeah, it doesn’t work that way. But maybe the thing age and experience do reveal is that pivotal moments are hard to grasp when you are in them.” The back-to-basics video is the result of abandoning another approach when their old friend and director Mike Gill died during the project. The closing scene of the promo is a tribute to Gill. “Produced by the band and Justin Meldel-Johnson, Something Loud has all the qualities that we come to expect of a Jimmy Eat World song,” a statement said. “Punchy, powerful guitar driven intro, instrumental dynamics, topped off by the earnest lyrics, with Jim Adkins asking, ‘Do you still feel part of something loud?’” Those tour dates in full: 17 June – Luxembourg City, LU – Den Atelier 18 June – Scheessel, DE – Hurricane Festival 19 June – Neuhausen Ob Eck – Southside Festival 21 June – Berlin, DE – Astra $ 22 June – Prague, CZ – Lucerna Music Bar 23 June – Warsaw, PL – Proxima 25 June – Cologne, DE – Palladium 26 June – Amsterdam, NL – Amsterdamse Bostheater 27 June – Frankfurt, DE – Batschkapp 29 June – Oslo, NO – Rockefeller 30 June – Roskilde, DK – Roskilde Festival 1 July – Stockholm, SE – Lollapaolloza 3 July – Werchter, BE – Rock Werchter 5 July – Manchester, UK – Academy 6 July – London, UK – O2 Academy Brixton 7 July – Cheltenham, UK – 2000Trees Festival 9 July – Glasgow, UK – TRNSMT Festival,
  6. https://www.udiscovermusic.com/news/jimmy-eat-world-something-loud/, Jimmy Eat World Share New Song And Video, ‘Something Loud’, Schube, Will, 2022-06-10, udiscovermusic.com, udiscovermusic.com, 2022-06-13, Jimmy Eat World Share New Song And Video, ‘Something Loud’ Jimmy Eat World’s tour kicks off September 8 in Cleveland, Ohio. Published on June 10, 2022 By Will Schube Jimmy Eat World - Photo: Lupe Bustos Arizona rockers Jimmy Eat World have released their powerful new track “Something Loud,” available everywhere digitally. The band also released an accompanying video, which they co-directed alongside Austin Gavin. Produce by the band and Justin Meldel-Johnson, “Something Loud” has all the qualities that we come to expect of a Jimmy Eat World song: punchy, powerful guitar driven intro, instrumental dynamics, topped off by the earnest lyrics, with Jim Adkins asking, “Do you still feel part of something loud?” Inspiration struck Adkins as he witnessed the excitement over the announcement of October’s When We Were Young Festival. The overwhelming response to the lineup triggered a period of deep personal and professional reflection: “While I thought I made the most of the early band days, I realize now I missed some stuff,” Adkins explains. “You’re in such a hurry to grow out of the formidable years. Like s__t-togetherness is going to magically arrive when you hit some age you thought ‘grownups’ were. Yeah, it doesn’t work that way. But maybe the thing age and experience do reveal is that pivotal moments are hard to grasp when you are in them.” The video for “Something Loud” finds Jimmy Eat World present and reflective—and for good reason, as they live in the moment of this current emo/alt resurgence and embrace the back-to-basics approach. Shot at their studio in black and white, the video is simple, showing a close-knit performance, reminiscent of 2021’s Phoenix Sessions concert film series. This visual, however, was meant to be much different as the band had been collaborating with friend and “555” co-director Mike Gill on over-the-top ideas when they got the tragic news of Mike’s passing. The closing scene is a nod to their late pal. Touring will remain a priority for the band throughout 2022, with shows overseas in June and July, followed by the headlining Something Loud Tour across North America that begins September 8 in Cleveland. Buy or stream “Something Loud.” Jimmy Eat World Tour Dates: August 19 – Denver, CO – KTCL’s Big Gig* September 8 – Cleveland, OH – Rock Hall Live September 9 – Columbus, OH – KEMBA Live! September 10 – Pittsburgh, PA – Four Chord Music Festival* September 11 – Detroit, MI – Saint Andrew’s Hall September 13 – Minneapolis, MN – First Avenue September 14 – Kansas City, MO – Uptown Theater September 16 – St. Louis, MO – The Pageant September 18 – Chicago, IL – RiotFest* September 20 – Richmond, VA – The National September 21 – Wantagh, NY – Mulcahy’s Pub and Concert Hall September 23 – Sayreville, NJ – Starland Ballroom September 24 – Providence, RI – The Strand Theatre S eptember 25 – New Haven, CT – Toad’s Place September 26 – Burlington, VT – Higher Ground September 28 – Albany, NY – Empire Live September 29 – Toronto, ON – History October 1 – Ocean City, MD – Oceans Calling* October 22 – Las Vegas, NV – When We Were Young* October 23 – Las Vegas, NV – When We Were Young* October 29 – Las Vegas, NV – When We Were Young* with Charly Bliss
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  7. https://www.azcentral.com/story/entertainment/music/2022/06/10/jimmy-eat-world-tour-2022-new-music/7577087001/, Jimmy Eat World release new song inspired by the buzz surrounding When We Were Young fest, Masley, Ed, 2022-06-10, Arizona Republic, Arizona Republic, 2022-06-10, Jimmy Eat World release new song inspired by the buzz surrounding When We Were Young fest Ed Masley Arizona Republic Jimmy Eat World have released their first new song since the Before Times. “Something Loud” is available everywhere digitally and accompanied by a video, co-directed by the band and Austin Gavin. "Something Loud" was co-produced by members of the band and Justin Meldel-Johnson, a producer best known for his work with Beck, Paramore, Nine Inch Nails, M83, Air and St. Vincent. A guitar-driven rocker that's guaranteed to speak to fans who cut their teeth on "Bleed American," complete with an instantly contagious chorus built for massive singalongs, it finds Jim Adkins asking, “Do you still feel part of something loud?” What inspired Jimmy Eat World's new song 'Something Loud' It's a question he found himself asking as he witnessed the excitement over the announcement of October’s When We Were Young Festival, which triggered a period of deep reflection. In a press release, Adkin explains, “While I thought I made the most of the early band days, I realize now I missed some stuff. You’re in such a hurry to grow out of the formidable years." At that age, Adkins says, a lot of people just assume they'll magically get their act together when they hit whatever age they think of as how old a grownup is. "It doesn’t work that way," he says. "But maybe the thing age and experience do reveal is that pivotal moments are hard to grasp when you are in them." The song is self-released, a situation their press release refers to as familiar "to the lead up to the critically acclaimed 'Bleed American'; sans-label and creatively invigorated with no one to answer to but themselves." "Bleed American" was the Arizona rockers' mainstream breakthrough and remains their most successful album, largely driven by "The Middle," a Top 5 smash on Billboard's Hot 100. Despite a title change after Sept. 11, 2001, for fear that "Bleed American" could be misinterpreted as "Bleed, American," the temporarily self-titled album was certified platinum in 2002. Four singles from the album went Top 20 on Billboard's alternative chart. It also finished ninth on a list of 40 Greatest Emo Albums of All Time at Rolling Stone, which hailed it as "the album that propelled them from playing with underground bands like Mineral and Christie Front Drive to full-blown mainstream success." 'Something Loud' video The video for “Something Loud” was shot in black and white in their Arizona studio, showing a close-knit performance reminiscent of 2021’s Phoenix Sessions concert series. When they started on the video, they were working on ideas with their friend Mike Gill, who co-directed “555.” The closing scene is a nod to Gill, who died before they had a chance to bring those ideas to life. Jimmy Eat World U.S. tour starts in Cleveland Touring will remain a priority for Jimmy Eat World in 2022, with shows overseas in June and July, followed by the Something Loud Tour across North America that begins Sept. 8 at Rock Hall Live! in Cleveland. Ticket info for all shows can be found at jimmyeatworld.com/tour. The tour includes performances at Four Chord Music Festival in Pittsburgh, RiotFest in Chicago, Oceans Calling Festival in Ocean City, Maryland, and the When We Were Young Festival in Las Vegas. In addition to Adkins on lead vocals and lead guitar, the band's current lineup includes rhythm guitarist and backing vocalist Tom Linton, bassist Rick Burch and drummer Zach Lind. Reach the reporter at ed.masley@arizonarepublic.com or 602-444-4495. Follow him on Twitter @EdMasley.,
  8. https://themusicuniverse.com/jimmy-eat-world-launches-new-era-with-something-loud/, Jimmy Eat World launches new era with ‘Something Loud’, Iahn, Buddy, 2022-06-10, The Music Universe, The Music Universe, 2022-06-13, Jimmy Eat World launches new era with ‘Something Loud’ Buddy Iahn June 10, 2022 New single & video available now Arizona rockers Jimmy Eat World have released their powerful new track “Something Loud,” available everywhere digitally and accompanied by a video, co-directed by the band and Austin Gavin. Since 2001, fans of Jimmy Eat World could confidently mark their calendars for the release of a new studio album every three years. The band is in a familiar position to the lead up to the critically acclaimed Bleed American, sans-label and creatively invigorated with no one to answer to but themselves. Produced by the band and Justin Meldel-Johnson, “Something Loud” has all the qualities that we come to expect of a Jimmy Eat World song: punchy, powerful guitar driven intro, instrumental dynamics, topped off by the earnest lyrics, with Jim Adkins asking, “Do you still feel part of something loud?” Inspiration struck Adkins as he witnessed the excitement over the announcement of October’s When We Were Young Festival. The overwhelming response to the lineup triggered a period of deep personal and professional reflection: “While I thought I made the most of the early band days, I realize now I missed some stuff,” Adkins explains. “You’re in such a hurry to grow out of the formidable years. Like shit-togetherness is going to magically arrive when you hit some age you thought ‘grownups’ were. Yeah, it doesn’t work that way. But maybe the thing age and experience do reveal is that pivotal moments are hard to grasp when you are in them. The video for “Something Loud” finds Jimmy Eat World present and reflective — and for good reason, as they live in the moment of this current emo/alt resurgence and embrace the back-to-basics approach. Shot at their studio in black and white, the video is simple, showing a close-knit performance, reminiscent of 2021’s Phoenix Sessions concert film series. This visual, however, was meant to be much different as the band had been collaborating with friend and “555” co-director Mike Gill on over-the-top ideas when they got the unfortunate news of Mike’s passing. The closing scene is a nod to their late pal. Touring will remain a priority for the band throughout 2022, with shows overseas in June and July, followed by the headlining Something Loud Tour across North America that begins September 8th in Cleveland.,

External Links

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VOWnhMxJMMk