Zerobridge: Debut Music Video & EP


Zerobridge, profiled in ‘s November 2006 issue (“Band of Brothers”), is coming out on September 18 with their latest EP named after its title track, “Havre de Grace.” The name comes from a town in northern Maryland, close to where the brothers grew up. “It means Harbor of Grace,” explains lead singer/guitarist and songwriter Mubashir “Din” Mohi-ud-Din. “I always just loved the sound of it and what it could mean. The tune itself sounds fresh and defines who we are right now and where we have been as a band.” The rock band is gearing up for release parties in the tristate area to promote their new album. Keep a look out on their myspace for all the updates.

For now, check out their first music video, directed by Musa Sayeed, winner of the best documentary short at the 2007 Tribeca Film Festival for his film, A Son’s Sacrifice.

Previously: Don’t Miss Zerobridge at CMJ

Update: Snaps and clips from the release party for their new album, at Mercury Lounge in Lower East Side.

August 9, 2007
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