One Hundred PercentPhoto by Sarah Fruy

San Francisco's One Hundred Percent released their debut full-length All Teeth and Nails back in November, and now the band is back with a new video for album b-side "Rainy Day Radio", which premieres today exclusively here on The Bay Bridged.

"'Rainy Day Radio' didn't make it on the album because when we sat down to sequence it, we had more songs than would fit on a single 12" vinyl record," bassist Ryan Christo told me recently over email. "When we came up with a good sequence, there were a couple that just didn't fit. 'Rainy Day Radio' was one of them, and 'Shake the Trees was another. That latter one ended up on our label 20 Sided Records' latest comp These Strange Days."

Despite the track not fitting in the All Teeth and Nails album sequence, Christo and bandmates Matt Habegger and Jay Fruy liked the way it turned out and wanted to give it a proper release, and they eventually decided a video would be a great way to do that.

"We shot most of the video around San Francisco on our phones, whenever we were out at night and something caught out eye," says Christo. "It happened to rain pretty heavily here recently, so that was fortunate timing. The outdoors footage was primarily shot by [Fruy], who also directed and edited the video. The section of us playing was shot in our rehearsal space by our friend Mike Haggerty, who also shot the long single take of our video for 'Lowbar'."

Watch the video for "Rainy Day Radio", then head over to One Hundred Percent's Bandcamp page to pick up the audio track for free, and be sure to check out the trio's next gig on April 1 at Rickshaw Stop supporting Austinites Ume.

UME, One Hundred Percent
Rickshaw Stop
April 1, 2014
8pm, $10-12 (all ages)

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