Cleveland OH's very own Light Years are releasing a new video for the song "The Summer She Broke My Heart", off their acclaimed 2015 record "I'll See You When I See You". The announcement coincides with the beginning of their Spring Tour in the United States, opening for Four Year Strong. Drawing inspiration from iconic movies like Shining, The Evil Dead and Scary Movie (!!!) Light Years take us along a creepy journey where no happy ending is to be expected… brace yourselves!

Check out the video by clicking on the image below (...only if you're brave enough...):

Singer Pat Kennedy says about the video: "We used to practice in the basement of my house but the neighbors would always complain and call the cops. So we found a house out in the country that we could practice in whenever we wanted and no one would bother us. It was also really cheap! Everything was going fine at first, but then weird things started happening... stuff wouldn't be where we left it, doors would open and close on their own, and it always felt like someone was watching us. We set up some cameras to try and document it and well... you'll see what happened."

Catch Light Years at the following shows:

March 10 - The Met Providence, RI
March 11 - Brighton Music Hall Boston, MA
March 12 - Brighton Music Hall Boston, MA
March 14 - Waiting Room Buffalo, NY
March 15 - Woodland Tavern Columbus, OH
March 16 - Hoosier Dome Indianapolis, IN
March 17 - The Stache Grand Rapids, MI
March 18 - Cobra Loung Chicago, IL
March 19 - Double Door Chicago, IL
March 21 - Gabe's Iowa City, IA
March 22 - Sokol Underground Omaha, NE
March 23 - Outland Ballroom Springfield, MO
March 24 - 89th Street Oklahoma City, OK
March 25 - Walter's Houston, TX
March 26 - So What?! Festival Grand Prairie, TX
March 28 - The End Nashville, TN
March 29 - Neighborhood Theatre Charlotte, NC
March 30 - Canal Club Richmond, VA
March 31 - Rock and Roll Hotel Washington DC
April 1 - GameChangerWorld Freehold, NJ
April 2 - Revolution Amityville, NY

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