Barenaked Ladies release new video, “Lookin’ Up”

As they trek across the country for the Canada 1-Five-Oh and Fake Nudes tour, Barenaked Ladies have found the time to release a brand new video celebrating their new single, “Lookin’ Up.”

Produced by longtime online content creators and frequent BNL collaborators, Rooster Teeth, the video for the optimistic track off of the upcoming Fake Nudes album features the band dealing with the unfortunate circumstance of being stranded on a desert island.

The band is currently wrapping up their Canada 1-Five-Oh tour in British Columbia, with the final dates taking the band through Kamloops, Mission, Nanaimo and Duncan.  Immediately following the show in Duncan on Nov. 15, the band will be joined by Ron Sexsmith, and begin the Fake Nudes on Nov 17. to coincide with the release of the new album.

Fake Nudes is now available to pre-order on CD, 180 Gram vinyl or digitally.  Every ticket for the BNL’s Fake Nudes tour includes a digital copy of the new album.  VIP packages for Canadian dates of Fake Nudes are also available.

Nov 11 – Kamloops BC – Sagebrush Theatre
Nov 12 – Mission, BC – Clarke Theatre
Nov 13 – Nanaimo, BC – Port Theatre
Nov 15 – Duncan, BC – Cowichan Performing Arts Centre

Nov 17 – Vancouver BC – Commodore Ballroom
Nov 18 – Vancouver BC – Commodore Ballroom
Nov 20 – Calgary AB – Jack Singer Concert Hall
Nov 21 – Medicine Hat AB – Esplanade Arts & Heritage Center
Nov 23 – Edmonton AB – Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium
Nov 24 – Regina SK – Casino Regina
Nov 25 – Winnipeg MB – Burton Cummings Theatre
Nov 29 – Ottawa ON – National Arts Centre
Dec 9 – Toronto ON – Massey Hall

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Born and raised with thoughts and aspirations of becoming a famous bassist in Sarnia, ON; Emily Plunkett now lives in Gatineau, QC, and considers National Capital Region home sweet home. A product of the Beatles, MuchMusic and the Southwestern Ontario summer festival circuit (circa 2000), her interest and love in concert photography came almost completely by accident when her journalism program at Algonquin College required courses in photojournalism (and she quickly realized that photos taken at concerts using a DSLR are enormously better than ones she was taking on a point-and-shoot she bought for a trip to England). She is extremely proud of the fact she has seen Sloan in some form or another 25 times.

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