Mipso Release Official Video for “People Change”

Mipso to embark on Northern California dates this September and a full European tour this fall
Tickets available at www.mipsomusic.com
Mipso, North Carolina’s acclaimed indie-Americana quartet, today release the video for their hit single “People Change.” The beautifully animated video illustrates the complicated emotions explored in the song’s lyrics – the intimate loss of losing someone, not necessarily from death or from a romantic break, but the equally heartbreaking experience of growing up and growing apart.
Of the song’s sensitive lyrics, Jacob Sharp explains, “a lot of what I write is centered around articulating loss. My mother died when I was young, and I’ve had a normal amount of romantic relationships end… ‘People Change’ is a different angle on loss, that of a friendship fading away. In some ways it’s a lot more difficult to process because the loss feels more within your control – the situation less futile – but the impact of the absence is pretty much the same.”
The band enlisted Jake McBride to create the illustrated video, of which Libby Rodenbough expands, ‘People Change’ is about the kind of growing apart that is not vindictive or righteous or one-sided—about the untraceable ways your world disconnects from another’s world. We wanted a video that would convey the quiet tangle of feelings that comes along with that variety of heartbreak. It’s not accusatory, not an explosion of emotion, neither brightly colored nor totally dark. I think so much of your struggle with yourself and other people is like that as you get older.”
Connecting with critics and fans alike, “People Change,” has received over 47 million plays on Spotify to date. The track, from their most recent album Edges Run, was also featured in the 2019 Jon Lithgow movie The Tomorrow Man, and can be seen here in the official trailer, starting around the 1-minute mark, here.
Mipso continues a year of extensive touring with the announcement of their first full European tour this fall. Kicking off on October 26th, 2019 at Broadcast in Glasgow, Scotland, Mipso will continue on to play 16 dates across Europe, including stops in London, Paris, Amsterdam, Vienna, Berlin, Stockholm and more. Currently finishing up their North American summer tour, Mipso can be seen at Bourbon and Beyond Festival in Louisville, KY and Holler on the Hill in Indianapolis before heading to California for a run of dates including Felton, Petaluma, and Berkeley this September. See the complete list of Mipso’s upcoming tour dates below. Tickets are available at www.mipsomusic.com.
Mipso on Tour:
9/20/19
Bourbon & Beyond Festival
Louisville, KY
9/21/19
Holler on the Hill
Indianapolis, IN
9/26/19
Felton Music Hall
Felton, CA
9/27/19
Mystic Theatre
Petaluma, CA
9/29/19
Cornerstone Craft Beer & Live Music
Berkeley, CA
EU Tour
10/26/19
Broadcast
Glasgow, Scotland
10/27/19
Castle Hotel
Manchester, England
10/28/19
Thousand Island
London, England
10/30/19
1999
Paris, France
11/1/19
Paradiso Noord Tuinzaal
Amsterdam, Netherlands
11/2/19
Studio 672
Cologne, Germany
11/5/19
Hansa 39
Munich, Germany
11/6/19
Rhiz
Vienna, Austria
11/8/19
Privateclub
Berlin, Germany
11/9/19
Banhof Pauli
Hamburg, Germany
11/10/19
Folk a Rock
Malmo, Sweden
11/11/19
Nalen Klubb
Stockholm, Sweden
11/12/19
Klubb Uffe
Uppsala, Sweden
11/14/19
Biljardkompaniet
Kristianstad, Sweden
11/15/19
Tryckhallen
Falkenberg, Sweden
11/16/19
Nefertiti
Goteborg, Sweden

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