NEW VIDEO FROM NEVER SHOUT NEVER — “CAN’T STAND IT” — PREMIERES ON MTV, MTV.COM, MTVU, AND MTV HITS TODAY

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NEW VIDEO FROM NEVER SHOUT NEVER — “CAN’T STAND IT” — PREMIERES ON MTV, MTV.COM, MTVU, AND MTV HITS TODAY

ALTERNATIVE PRESS COVER STAR IS ON THE ROAD SUPPORTING DEBUT ALBUM WHAT IS LOVE?

Burbank, CA – “Can’t Stand It” — the new single from Loveway/Sire Records’ artists’ Never Shout Never — premieres across all of MTV’s channels today, March 4th. The video has been put into heavy rotation and credit squeeze rotation on MTV and rotation on MTVU and MTV Hits. MTV.com has been airing a 30-second sneak peak as well as a “making of” featurette this week.
 
The video was directed by Isaac Ravishankara, who also directed the NSN clips for “I Love You 5,” “What Is Love?” and “Big City Dreams,” as well as clips for 3OH!3, Hellogoodbye, Anthony Green, and Cady Groves.
 
“Can’t Stand It” is the second single from Never Shout Never’s debut album What Is Love?, which bowed at No. 2 on both the Alternative and Rock charts, No. 6 on the Digital Album chart, No. 11 on the Internet album chart, and No. 24 on the Billboard Top 200 album chart.
 
Never Shout Never is the brainchild of 18-year-old singer-songwriter and guitarist Christofer Drew, who appears on the cover of this month’s Alternative Press, which hits newsstands this week. Never Shout Never headlines the 2010 AP Tour, which celebrates the 25th anniversary of the Cleveland-based magazine. The tour kicks off on March 19th and criss-crosses the country through the end of April. All tour dates are listed below:
 
3-19 Dallas, TX (House of Blues)
3-20 Austin, TX (Emo’s –FREE SXSW Show)*
3-21 Houston, TX (Warehouse Live)
3-23 Tucson, AZ (Rialto Theatre)
3-24 Phoenix, AZ (Marquee Theatre)
3-25 Bakersfield, CA (The Dome)
3-26 San Diego, CA (House of Blues)
3-27 Las Vegas, NV (Extreme Thing)
3-30 Los Angeles, CA (House of Blues)
3-31 San Francisco, CA (The Grand Ballroom at the Regency)
 
4-01 Chico, CA (Senator Theatre)
4-02 Portland, OR (Hawthorne Theatre)
4-03 Seattle, WA (El Corazon)
4-05 Salt Lake City, UT (In the Venue)
4-06 Denver, CO (Gothic Theatre)
4-08 Des Moines, IA (People’s Court)
4-09 St. Paul, MN (Station 4)
4-10 Chicago, IL (House of Blues)
4-11 Milwaukee, WI (The Rave)
4-13 Kansas City, KS (The Beaumont Club)
4-14 Sauget, IL (Pop’s)
4-15 Nashville, TN (Rocketown)
4-16 Atlanta, GA (The Masquerade)
4-17 Jacksonville, FL (Freebird Live)
4-18 Orlando, FL (House of Blues)
4-21 Charlotte, NC (Amos’ Southend)
4-22 Norfolk, VA (The NorVa)
4-23 Philadelphia, PA (Theatre of the Living Arts)
4-24 Allentown, PA (Crocodile Rock)
4-25 Washington, DC (9:30 Club)
4-27 New York, NY (The Fillmore at Irving Plaza)
4-28 Buffalo, NY (Club Infinity)
4-29 Boston, MA (House of Blues)
4-30 New Haven, CT (Toad’s Place)
 
5-01 Albany, NY (Northern Lights)
5-04 Pittsburgh, PA (Altar Bar)
5-05 Toronto, ON (Phoenix Theatre)
5-06 Detroit, MI (Crofoot Ballroom)
5-07 Columbus, OH (Newport Music Hall)
5-08 Cleveland, OH (House of Blues)

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