Nomads Release Cleveland-centric Music Video for ‘Home’

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Local post-rock heroes Nomads released their self-titled album back in 2012. The entire album contains songs that are named after local landmarks and/or bits of local history, but the song "Home," an artful instrumental number that recalls Tortoise and all those great post-rock bands from the ’90s, has become the fan-favorite. “[We’re] super proud to call this city our home even though we both have transplanted here after living in different parts of the country,” says band leader Elijah Bisbee. The resulting music video, which premieres right here on our site, shows off the Cleveland skyline. “We filmed much of the video from the terrace on top of the Cleveland Hostel,” says Bisbee. “This gave us some unreal views of the city and surrounding areas during the shoot. We're humbled to have had great people to work with and being given access to such a great spot for filming.” The band will perform next on Aug. 23 at the LKWD Music Fest and on Aug. 30 at the Grog Shop. We’ve posted the video here:

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