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Good Morning Bedlam Releases Music Video “The Haunting”

Good Morning Bedlam band members play various musical instruments
Good Morning Bedlam

Good Morning Bedlam is a Minneapolis based band who have recently released “The Haunting” on streaming services. Their music is often described as Midwest folk or furious folk, due to the intense strumming and speed of many of their songs. Impressing many with their dynamic live shows & fascinating storytelling, their musical talent shines in this new music video of the song “The Haunting.” Their live show is welcomed across various types of venues and events.

Filmed at Hello Studios, “The Haunting” has a humor that is subtle. The unique approach and stark white appearance are intriguing. There is many metaphors for the small (and sometimes large) complications of a long term relationship. Yet when in love, there’s this haunting that seems to occur. You’ll have to watch the video to find out more.

Over the summer, Good Morning Bedlam entered the John Hartford Band Contest and won first place! Since their most recent album, Like Kings (review here), they have remained busy touring and writing.

I was fortunate enough to catch their show at Mort’s recently. The place filled up for a very exciting late-night performance. I was amazed, as always, by how fast they play & sing and how well they transition to slower songs & incorporate violin solos. The audience responded enthusiastically with shouts and vigorous clapping.

Catch them on the rest of the tour in the Midwest onto East this Fall!

Renee Jones
Author: Renee Jones

Writer, Photographer, and Editor at Music in Minnesota

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