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Long Island Punks Card Reader are Back With a New Single and Video

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Just a quick ‘Reminder’ to check out the video here…

The camera follows Card Reader as they pull shenanigans while walking through the streets of Milwaukee, WI. The video for Reminder also features a healthy mix of footage from the band’s first show performed at the Caribou Room on Sept 23rd, 2021.

Card Reader has an exciting year ahead of them, as their championship run in the 2021 Interstate Music Awards continues to pay dividends. Interstate Music named Card Reader an official brand ambassador following their success in the competition and have given their full support to the band ever since.

Guitarist/vocalist Tom Petito weighed in on the Interstate Music artist experience: “This video is a reflection of Interstate Music’s commitment to helping artists like us. We played our concert right before the shoot. The next day their film crew took us all over MKE. We really enjoyed ourselves in the process.”

“The folks at IM introduced us to an incredible music scene,” he continues. “They fully embraced our band and made us feel at home. Thanks to Interstate Music, we are a band with more tools, more confidence and unlimited optimism moving forward. We can proudly say we have two home bases now! Long Island AND Milwaukee.”

You can catch Card Reader on their upcoming Northeastern weekend tour.

Card Reader Live Dates

March 4 – Ram’s American Pub – Holbrook NY

March 5 – The Mosh Pit – Philadelphia PA

March 6 – The Church – Lebanon PA

Listen to Reminder now on all streaming platforms.

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