Blindside ‘Our Love Saves Us’ Video

Blindside released the video for their new single ‘Our Love Saves Us’ on AOL Noisecreep. The video was directed by Marcus von Boisman and comes from Blindside’s sixth full-length album, ‘With Shivering Hearts We Wait’, out now Fair Trade Services. Check out the video below.

Regarding the video, the band stated, “We had a lot of fans asking on Facebook for a video, so we made one! The internet has changed the dialog you have with your fans which is great. We have a good friend Marcus von Boisman who is a great film maker and together we worked up this idea of facing fear and finding love.”

Happy New Year From Blindside

Stockholm, Sweden based rock act Blindside checked in with fans on their blog at MySpace on Tuesday (January 8) with the following message – apparently written last month:

It’s the end of 2007. We’ve looked back and feel that we’ve had an amazing year full of new experiences all around the world. In fact we’ve been blessed enough to have had shows in 5 continents of the world in just about one year.

In the summer of 2007 we released the Black Rose EP on our own and it has been a great experience for us. The music industry is rapidly changing and the importance of the record companies are becoming smaller for each day.

As we write and record new material in 2008 we are still trying to figure out the best way to release a record these days. While figuring this out we believe that we have to have a record done with artwork and the whole package until we really know which way to go.

To end this year properly we would like to send out our best holiday wishes to all of you who supports this band and our vision and we’re looking forward to seeing all of you in a not too distant future.

P.O.D.’s Sonny Says Get Ready For Blindside reports Sonny Sandoval of P.O.D. has hooked up Swedish rock act Blindside with producer Howard Benson and Elektra Records and soon they’ll be releasing their debut album ‘Silence’ in the US. “They play with such a high level of emotion,” he said. “I believe they will be the next big thing in rock. Silence is by far the best album of the year, a refreshing break from all the cookie-cutter acts that are out there today.”