KOLARS‘ new video for “Here Comes The Night” will make you wish you were best friends with the band. The duo’s cover of the 1970s Nick Gilder song (that never became a hit), bustles to life through KOLARS’ visual rendition.

A close look into the fun shenanigans and camaraderie that goes down when recording music, KOLARS’ new video is full of delightful familiar faces; bands and artists who not only are very well-known in the Los Angeles music community, but also around the world. Aside from the stage and radio, some of their music you might have even heard in commercials, movies, and your favorite shows.

KOLARS’ new song / video for “Here Comes The Night” features members of: Livingmore, Joy Downer, Bloody Death Skull, Caught A Ghost, Shakey Graves, Patrick Joseph, The Dig, Soft White Sixties, Massage, Tashaki Miyaki and He’s My Brother She’s My Sister. Without a doubt, the video is full of love and plenty of good vibes and that’s exactly what KOLARS radiates when they make music.

 “We wanted to give the viewer/our audience a peak behind the scenes of our world (the recording/performing music world)-and capture a joyous moment in time amongst our friends and fellow artists in the community,” shares drummer Lauren Brown. “We think the music scene here (which Rob and I have proudly been a part of for more than a decade as a couple, Rob almost two decades!) is something very special-such a huge array of talent and love-and we wanted to showcase it to the world! (Or whoever ends up watching our video, hahah).”

Directed by Cortney Armitage and filmed at Bedrock Studios, KOLARS’ new video “proudly showcases the L.A. (East Side) Music Scene.”

“The best part of this scene-is everyone’s openness and willingness to collaborate!! We are so lucky!! People would just drop by after their own rehearsals (most of them already taking place at Bedrock) and hop on the mic!”

KOLARS will join fellow Los Angeles band Saint Motel on a U.S. tour kicking off Jan. 24 at the Observatory in Santa Ana (shows’s sold out!) and ending in their home of Los Angeles with two dates at the Fonda on March 7 and 8. Get your tickets to KOLARS’ and Saint Motel’s Fonda Theater gigs here.

Keep up with KOLARS via their Instagram and Facebook. And follow the tap-dancing magical drummer that is Lauren Brown here on Instagram.

Watch KOLARS Video for “Here Comes The Night”



1/24 Santa Ana – The Observatory (SOLD OUT)
1/25 SD – The Observatory (SOLD OUT)
1/26 Phoenix – The Van Buren
1/28 Denver – Ogden Theater
1/30 Dallas – House of Blues
1/31 Austin – Emo’s (SOLD OUT)
2/01 Houston – House of Blues
2/03 Tampa – Orpheum Theater
2/04 Orlando – The Plaza Live
2/06 Atlanta – Buckhead Theater
2/07 Charlotte – The Fillmore
2/08 Raleigh – The Ritz
2/10 Philadelphia – Theatre of Living Arts
2/11 D.C. – 9:30 Club (SOLD OUT)
2/13 NYC – Webster Hall (SOLD OUT)
2/14 Boston – Royale (SOLD OUT)
2/15 Albany – Upstate Concert Hall
2/16 Pittsburgh – Roxian Theater
2/18 Columbus – Newport Music Hall
2/20 Toronto – Phoenix Theater
2/21 Detroit – St. Andrew’s Hall
2/22 Indianapolis – Egyptian Room
2/24 St. Louis – Delmar Hall
2/25 Kansas City – The Truman
2/27 Chicago – Vic Theater
2/28 Milwaukee – Turner Hall Ballroom
2/29 Minneapolis – First Avenue
3/03 Seattle – The Showbox
3/04 Portland – Roseland Theater
3/06 San Francisco – Regency Ballroom
3/07 Los Angeles – Fonda Theatre
3/08 Los Angeles – Fonda Theatre