Last Thursday, Charleston brotherly rock duo The Mobros premiered a new single and music video on PopMatters. “Carrie Anne” is the band’s first new music since putting out “Your Feeling Is Mine” was released in 2016. “Carrie Anne” was recorded at Leon’s Electric House here in Charleston, which is the same place where The Mobros record all the rest of their music.
The music video for “Carrie Anne” serves as a visual representation of the crisis of identity explored in the song. This identity crisis is paralleled by scenes set in the snowy streets of Charleston, which leads me to the obvious conclusion that the majority of the footage was captured during the great Snowpocalypse of January 2018.
According to a recent Charleston City Paper article, “Carrie Anne” is part of a new album called Characters that The Mobros are currently fine-tuning for release near the end of the summer. The band also plans to release another single from the project in June. Characters will be the first new album from The Mobros since 2014’s Walking With A Different Stride.
The Mobros have just embarked on a “A Tour for Carrie Ann”, with dates mostly focused along the east coast. Watch the video for “Carrie Anne” below, and check out their remaining tour dates below that.
05/28/18 – NY,NY – Mercury Lounge (Headline Show)
05/29/18 – NY,NY – Bowery Electric
05/30/18 – D.C – Smith Public Trust
05/31/18 – Columbus, OH – Shrunken Head
06/1/18 – Cincinnati, OH – Urban Artifact
06/2/18 – TBA
06/3/18 – Nashville, TN – East Room
06/4/18 – Greenville, SC – The Radio Room
06/5/18 – Atlanta, GA – Smiths Olde Bar (Atlanta Room)
06/6/18 – Columbia, SC – New Brookland Tavern
06/7/18 – Charlotte, NC – Petras Piano Bar