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Cars’ ‘Sad Song’ Video

12:31 PM Monday 3/21/11 | |

Cars’ ‘Sad Song’ Video

We have good and bad news for fans of The Cars today. The good news is the group released a music video for a new song. And the bad news? Still no word on a tour.

The Cars have been teasing a reunion since a photo showing Ric Ocasek, Greg Hawkes, Elliot Easton and David Robinson was posted on the band’s Facebook page in July with the a note asking, “Anyone in the mood for a reunion by The Cars?”

Since then the band has been somewhat closemouthed, announcing the May 10 release of Move Like This, the first new Cars album with Ocasek since 1987’s Door To Door. In recent months the band also released snippets of new music as well as a video for another recently recorded track, “Blue Tip.”

Now the band has released a video for “Sad Song,” giving us something to watch while we’re still waiting for news of a Cars tour. Enjoy.

For more information, visit the band’s home on Facebook.

Comments

  1. Thunder Road Warrior wrote:

    03:12 PM, Mar 21, 2011

    Gotta agree with Kinks - saw the band in the early 80's and came away very disappointed.  However, I love their music and will give them another shot if they resume touring.

  2. patital wrote:

    02:47 PM, Mar 21, 2011

    saw them in 1984.  huge car fan before and basically stopped listening to them after the boring show.

    terrible concert band with no interaction with the audience.  the music was excellent but sounded as if it came right off their album.

  3. Chancedog wrote:

    02:05 PM, Mar 21, 2011

    Sorry Kinks, but I have to disagree with you.  I too saw them in 1984 and was a great show.  Keeping my fingers crossed for a summer trek of the boys!

  4. Kinks wrote:

    01:11 PM, Mar 21, 2011

    Not interested in this tour. when I saw them in the 80's, they lived up to their reputation for putting on a boring show.



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