Filter It's Just You Official Video SOTS

Filter is proud to present the official music video for, "It's Just You," the final video release from the album, The Sun Comes Out Tonight. The film is a special, uniquely focused video that was shot to bring exposure to the intensive premature babies and children fighting terminal diseases this very minute, and to exhort the medical staff to keep pushing, and believing in hope, medicine and love. The video was dedicated and premiered on October 24th, at the 6th Annual Stars of the Season in Scottsdale, Arizona, and 100% of all funds raised will be directed to the establishment of a new musical therapy center, "Sophie's Place," inside the hospital.

Watch it, Share it, and Support the band as they help celebrate #MusicIsTherapy! #SOTS
Just Announced: Filter at S.O.S. Music Festival in Bay City, MI

Come see us August 29th in Bay City, Michigan at the S.O.S. Music Festival!

Tickets are $20 and all proceeds go to the VA Hospital of Saginaw. Click the image below to purchase tickets.

Filter Memorial video
As friends and family gather to say goodbye in Charleston, let us remember those fallen, bury them in peace and dedicate ourselves to their work unfinished, that we might sow love where there is hate and create a better world.

Filter - Happy Together Video - LIVE!


Hear Richard talk about his early career and the creation of Short Bus on Alt and Indie Rock's podcast. Check it out here at minute 38:22.
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Amb Pirate Chats With Filter Main Man Richard Patrick Outside Of Ace Of Spades in Sacramento, California

Music Frenzy Interview
Filter performed at the Trocadero in Philadelphia on April 4th while on tour with Coal Chamber. Filter frontman and mastermind Richard Patrick spoke to us before the show about Filter's next album (which is currently being written and recorded), the band's Pledgemusic Campaign, and the state of today's music. During our conversation Richard gave strong opinions on Scott Weiland (formerly of Stone Temple Pilots) and spoke openly on his thoughts of the sometimes troubled lead singer. Richard also gave criticism to the availability of music via the internet and today's rock bands.

Filter’s Richard Patrick Reveals That New Album Is Incredibly Exciting
Posted by Kristyn Clarke

(PCM) Attending a Filter show is always a memorable experience and the band delivers, putting their heart and soul into each and every performance. Kristyn Clarke of PCM and The Rock Revival’s Matt Bishop caught Filter’s recent performance at The Trocadero in Philadelphia, PA, as well as, caught up with front man Richard Patrick and drummer Chris Reeve for a lengthy chat prior to the show.

Richard tells us that during the process for recording the band’s seventh album he went back with producer Ben Gross he says “I spent a lot of time re-visiting the world of “Short Bus” and at the same time I started working on a sound that I would be like the person that I am now, so it’s extremely exciting.” He reveals that he is calling the sound “new industrial” and we certainly find that incredibly fitting as Filter was never a band that could be placed in one particular genre box and we love them for that!

Richard also reveals his thoughts on the current state of the music industry. His opinions and raw honesty is always refreshing and we absolutely commend him for being fearless when it comes to going against the grain. Filter creates music that actually makes people think and that has a message to convey. One of the major problems that exists with current Top 40 radio, in the world of both rock and pop is that everything is completely safe and we couldn’t agree more with Richard that it is time to make a change.

The band’s performance in Philly was top-notch! Filter absolutely oozes charisma once they take the stage and they command the audiences attention from the beginning of their set to the very end. Our only complaint was wishing that their set could have been a bit longer!

The band plowed through their hits such as “Can’t You Trip Like I Do”, “Jurassitol’ and “Hey Man, Nice Shot”, as well as, the not often played “You Walk Away” closing out with “Welcome To The Fold”. Overall a fantastic performance from an equally fantastic band!

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The New Album
It's happening, we're recording our New Album. This time though we want to invite YOU along to join in the process, to be part of it as it happens. Pre-Order the New Album HERE -->