Counting Crows Release Short Film For New Single “Palisades Park”


Counting Crows are back, as previously mentioned, with their new album, Somewhere Under Neverland. And today, the band released a nine minute short film for the lead-off single, “Palisades Park.”

The video follows closely with the lyrics of the song–which are incredibly nostalgic–as we experience the journey of a gentleman who appears to be homeless. And throughout most of it, it flashes back to memories of him and his best friend growing up, who appears to have either died or is no longer a part of his life. The kids get into fights, chased by cops, go through heartbreak together, just about everything under the sun. The nostalgic value of it is fun and heart-wrenching, but it comes with sorrow, too. The track is around seven minutes long, and if it’s any sign of what this album will be like, color us excited. Very vivid and enthralling.

Somewhere Under Neverland comes out September 2 via Capital Records, and is now available for pre-order in select packages.

Check out the video below, along with the track list.

Track Listing:
1. Palisades Park
2. Earthquake Driver
3. Dislocation
4. God Of Ocean Tides
5. Scarecrow
6. Elvis Went To Hollywood
7. Cover Up The Sun
8. John Appleseed’s Lament
9. Possibility Days

Corey From

Corey From, from Kansas City, MO, when not thinking about or listening to music, obsessively thinks about Royals baseball, a platter of ribs (or BBQ in general) and cold beer. Nothing special really.
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  • Josh Green

    “Somewhere Under Wonderland” is the album’s title; Somewhere Under Neverland sounds like a Michael Jackson biopic