Noise By Numbers covers Jesus and Mary Chain’s "Between Planets"

Chicago’s favorite pop-punks, Noise By Numbers, have released a new video created by drummer Rick Uncapher for their cover of the Jesus and Mary Chain song “Between Planets”. The song will be featured on an upcoming 7″ with Cheap Girls as part of Suburban Home Records’ “Under the Influence” series.

Check out the video here:

Uncapher is also currently working on a video for the song “Disappointed” off the most recent critically acclaimed Noise By Numbers album, Over Leavitt, which came out on Jump Start Records in August.

The band, which features ex and current members of Screeching Weasel, The Bomb, Methadones, Riverdales, Textbook, Light FM and All Eyes West finds its influence from classic punk/alternative bands like Hüsker Dü, Naked Raygun, Sugar, and The Replacements, yet maintain a sound fully their own. They formed in December 2008 and released it’s debut full-length, “Yeah, Whatever…” (recorded and mixed by Matt Allison at Atlas Studios), in November 2009 on Asian Man/Solidarity Records. Noise By Numbers has played Insubordination Fest 10, Windy City Sound Clash II, Fest 9, toured the East Coast, and has shared the stage with a variety of bands such as Rise Against, Alkaline Trio, Hey Mercedes, Small Brown Bike, Banner Pilot, Cheap Girls and Bomb the Music Industry.

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