Song of the week: “Believer” by Kris Orlowski

Seattle’s Kris Orlowski and his band have been hard at work on their new record which is due out in April. Recently they gave us a peek at what to expect from that record with the release of their new music video for “Believer.”

The video is gorgeous, kind of a “Where the Wild Things Are” vibe, and if the rest of the record sounds like “Believer” then we are all in for a real treat because this song is great.

The Seattle release party for the new record from Kris Orlowski will be April 12 at The Showbox. But if you don’t want to wait till April to check out Kris and his new tunes, don’t worry because he is playing at Kroaker’s on Rucker in Everett this Saturday night with Motopony and Everett’s own Fauna Shade. Music starts at 9 p.m.

If you like “Believer” go check out some of Kris Orlowski’s past releases. They don’t write bad songs.

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