Our Lady Peace releases “Falling Into Place” music video

Photo Credit: Ashley Osborn

Our Lady Peace has released a music video for “Falling Into Place,” the final track off their Somethingness EP, Volume I. Released last August, the band has created a music video to accompany each of the four songs on the EP. The Somethingness EP, comprised of volume I and a pre-order of volume II, is available on PledgeMusic.

In honour of the Somethingness EP and 20 year anniversary of Clumsy, Our Lady Peace will be on tour in 2018 with Matthew Good. One dollar from each ticket sold for the duration of the tour will be donated to War Child Canada.

Check out the tour dates below:
March 1 – Mile One Centre – St. John’s, NL
March 3 – Casino New Brunswick – Moncton, NB – SOLD OUT
March 5 – Scotiabank Centre – Halifax, NS
March 7 – MTELUS – Montreal, QC – SOLD OUT
March 8 – The Arena at TD Place – Ottawa, ON
March 9 – FirstOntario Concert Hall – Hamilton, ON – SOLD OUT
March 10 – Budweiser Gardens – London, ON
March 13 – Tribute Communities Centre – Oshawa, ON
March 15 – Massey Hall – Toronto, ON – SOLD OUT
March 16 – Rebel – Toronto, ON
March 17 – Casino Rama – Orillia, ON
March 20 & 21 – Burton Cummings Theatre – Winnipeg, MB
March 23 – Grey Eagle Event Centre – Calgary, AB – SOLD OUT
March 24 – Western Financial Place – Cranbrook, BC
March 26 & 27 – Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium – Edmonton, AB
March 28 – CN Centre – Prince George, BC
March 30 – Prospera Place – Kelowna, BC
March 31 – Abbotsford Centre – Abbotsford, BC

Connect with Our Lady Peace:

Hello, I’m Chloe from Montreal! I am a 26 year old McGill and Concordia graduate in physiology and psychology. While my career path has fallen more into the education field, music, reading, and writing remain three of my strongest passions. Despite this, I have been told more than once that I have the worst singing voice in the entire world. Because the life of a musician has not worked out for me, I instead attend concerts and write about them. Many of them. I have been known to overuse the word “favorite,” especially when talking about music.

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