"Any Which Way", the brand new video from New York City's Scissor Sisters, will premiere today (August 12th) at Noon E.T. at www.scissorsisters.com.
The clip was directed by Ace Norton (Death Cab for Cutie, Teddybears, Norah Jones). "Any Which Way" will be the next single from Night Work, which was released in June by Downtown Records.
Night Work debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's Top Independent Albums Chart and within the Top 20 of The Billboard 200, becoming Scissor Sisters' highest charting album to date.
Scissor Sisters will perform on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" on September 7, 2010.
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The band will launch the North American leg of its world tour on August 21st at Atlanta's Buckhead Theatre. Renowned DJ Sammy Jo will open on all dates.
The outing, which includes two shows at New York City's Terminal 5 (August 24th and 25th) and a stop at Los Angeles' historic Hollywood Palladium (September 11th), will wrap up at Malkin Bowl in Vancouver, BC on September 16th. The band will head to Europe thereafter and will close out the year with a series of U.K. dates.
"As anyone who's seen it will attest, their live act is a ride," observed London's Sunday Times while The Guardian said: "always hugely entertaining, their shtick now seems comfortably built to last," awarding Scissor Sisters' four stars for their recent show at London's Brixton Academy.
The New York Times hailed Night Work as "dirty fun" and Filter praised it as "a dance album filled to the brim that could make even a corpse twitch." It appeared on Spin.com's list of "25 Summer Albums That Matter Most" and Entertainment Weekly gave it an A-, observing: "New York's disco-new wave party people are in freak mode...dropping crass come-ons and slutty entendres like parade confetti (gay, straight, you name it)." "Three albums in, the Sisters are as gleefully hedonistic as ever," said Rolling Stone while Q gave Night Work four stars in a two-page lead review, noting: "they translate anxiety into dancefloor electricity."
Scissor Sisters - comprising Jake Shears (vocals), Ana Matronic (vocals), Babydaddy (guitar/bass/keyboards) and Del Marquis (guitar) - have sold over seven million albums worldwide.
Night Work follows 2006's Ta-Dah, which debuted at No. 1 on the UK album chart, and Scissor Sisters' self-titled 2004 debut, which earned the band three BRIT awards.
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