Norwalk, Connecticut rock group Goose announced their third studio album, Dripfield, coming out on June 24th. Over the past few years, this band has constantly flourished throughout the music community, emerging as one of the premier bands working today.
Dripfield features a 10-track LP that explores the details of their incredible journey and unbridled creativity. Along with the album’s innovation, the song “Borne” has a music video directed by Dylan Hahn and was shot over the course of three days in the Mojave Desert.
The underlying idea of Dripfield is that of saturation. Imagine a piece of earth – it’s kind of like the water level rising and seeping up to the top. It’s a metaphor for the creativity we have inside of us. I’m not sure what pulls it out of us – maybe it’s our subconscious.Rick Mitarotonda
To me, every music video project is a new task of understanding the artist, and finding what I think is the best visual interpretation for them and their music. Collaborating with Goose, learning their unique humor and energy, and involving it in the story narrative was a rewarding part of the process.Dylan Hahn
In late May, Goose will embark on an unforgettable summer tour, marked by headlining appearances at several notable festivals and venues nationwide. This Saturday, February 26, they’ll host Goosemas at Mohegan Sun Arena in Connecticut.
The tickets for all summer shows will be available through a lottery, paired with a ticket request period open from 12 PM ET on Tuesday, February 22nd through 5 PM ET Wednesday, February 23. A venue presale will run from 10 AM ET – 10 PM ET on Thursday, February 24. The general sale begins on Friday, February 25 at 10 AM ET.
For more information and to purchase tickets, visit goosetheband.com.