Aaron Behrens and The Midnight Stroll Premieres “Through Time” Video

CraveOnline has premiered a video for Aaron Behrens and The Midnight Stroll‘s song “Through Time.” Best known as the frontman of the electro-pop duo Ghostland Observatory, the song appears on Behrens’ self-titled solo debut effort, out now through Skeleton Farm Records.

With Ghostland Observatory on hiatus, Behrens has been preparing his solo musical adventure since 2013. Writing, recording and rehearsing with a crack team of Austin musicians, the sessions resulted in Behrens crafting material that blended elements of soulful rock and heartfelt blues into a refreshing sound. Joining Behrens in The Midnight Stroll is Jonas Wilson (previously from Lomita and White White Lights) on guitar and production. The Midnight Stroll have played a handful of shows, including at SXSW Interactive with Aloe Blacc and The Hold Steady, as well as festival sets at Austin City Limits, Neon Desert, Wakarusa and Fort Worth Music Festival.

Aaron Behrens and The Midnight Stroll has been touring extensively in support of the self-titled release, hitting the East Coast this coming month. Behrens offered a free instant download of the EP’s first single “Keep On Rising” to those who pre-ordered tickets, while CBS News.com also premiered another song off the EP called “Dreamer.”

Remaining dates for Aaron Behrens and The Midnight Stroll’s North American tour:
11/05 – Birmingham, AL @ The Bottletree
11/06 – Atlanta, GA @ Terminal West
11/07 – Athens, GA @ Georgia Theatre
11/08 – Nashville, TN @ High Watt
11/09 – Asheville, NC @ The Millroom
11/11 – Charleston, SC @ The Pour House
11/12 – Raleigh, NC @ Lincoln Theatre
11/13 – Washington, DC @ Rock & Roll Hotel
11/14 – Philadelphia, PA @ MilkBoy
11/15 – New York, NY @ Mercury Lounge
11/19 – Boston, MA @ Great Scott
11/20 – Pittsburgh, PA @ The Altar Bar
11/21 – Lexington, KY @ Cosmic Charlie’s

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