Baroness have earned a reputation as a stellar live act and we get to see a bit more of that with the band's latest video for "Try to Disappear."

The clip finds the band onstage performing the slow building song, with frontman John Baizley unleashing the energy right out of the first verse of the track. The rest of the track finds the band performing with unabashed energy as they rock out the song. "Try to Disappear" is featured on the band's current album, Purple.

"The cathartic experience of playing live music has not changed over the 13 years of performing," Baizley said in a recent interview with the SF Weekly. "But the sense of relief and release I feel as an adult is as intense, if not more than, when I was younger. The response to this record has been really, really overwhelming. There have been some pretty dramatic changes in the way that our audiences react to our songs, and I couldn’t be happier about that."

Baroness are currently bringing their live show to the masses, with Pallbearer opening all U.S. non-festival dates. See their current touring schedule below.

Baroness 2016 Tour Dates

8/31 -- Tucson, Ariz. -- The Rock
9/2 -- Dallas, Texas -- Granada Theatre
9/3 -- Memphis, Tenn. - New Daisy Theatre
9/4 -- Baton Rouge, La. -- The Varsity Theatre
9/6 -- Orlando, Fla. -- The Social
9/7 -- Tampa, Fla. -- State Theater
9/9 -- Charleston, S.C. -- The Music Farm
9/10 -- Raleigh, N.C. -- Hopscotch Music Festival
9/17 -- Chester, Pa. -- Monster Energy Rock Allegiance Festival
9/23 -- Corpus Christi, Texas -- The Pavilion at Concrete Street
9/24 -- San Antonio, Texas -- Paper Tiger
9/25 -- Houston, Texas -- Houston Open Air
10/22 -- Sacramento, Calif. -- Aftershock Festival
11/6 -- McDade, Texas -- Sound on Sound Festival
12/5 -- Auckland, New Zealand -- Studio
12/7 -- Sydney, Australia -- The Metro
12/8 -- Brisbane, Australia -- The Triffid
12/9 -- St. Kilda, Australia -- The Prince Bandroom
12/10 -- Meredith, Australia -- Meredith Music Festival
12/12 -- Adelaide, Australia -- The Gov
12/13 -- Perth, Australia -- Capitol

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