Watch: Hurts reveal new video for ‘Wings’

Hurts reveal new video for ‘Wings’

The duo have unveiled a new hyper-stylised clip for their latest ‘Surrender’ cut.

Fresh from releasing their third album, Hurts have unveiled their new video for ‘Wings’.

Directed by Dawn Shadforth, who the band have previously worked with on clips for ‘Wonderful Life’ and ‘Lights’, the band’s latest video offers up a hyper-stylised interpretation of their lives on the road.

From drunken parties, to forlorn, exhausted glimpses, there’s more than just a hint of sad glamour to their new video, which seems to accompany the rise and fall of the track magnificently. There’s even a questioning journalist, yelling, “Who are the real Hurts?’ as they pass by, proving that even the video’s protagonists aren’t too sure of the answer.

Watch the video for ‘Wings’ - which gets taken from the band’s third album ‘Surrender’ - below.

The band also have a twenty-four date tour of the UK scheduled. Check out the dates below.

FEBRUARY
11 Glasgow, O2 Academy
12 Manchester, Academy
13 London, Brixton Academy
15 Luxemburg, Den Atelier
17 Brussels, AB
18 Amsterdam, Paradiso
19 Cologne, Palladium
21 Munich, Kesselhaus
22 Zurich, Maag Halle
23 Milan, Alcatrax
25 Prague, Incheba Arena
26 Vienna, Gasometer
28 Poznan, MTP2

MARCH
01 Riga, Riga Arena
03 Kyiv, Stereo Plaza
05 Moscow, Crocus City Hall
06 St Petersburg, A2
08 Helsinki, Hartwall Arena
10 Tallinn, Saku Arena
11 Villinus, Compensa Concert Hall
12 Minsk, Sport Palace
14 Warsaw, Torsaw
15 Berlin, Tempodrom
16 Wiesbaden, Schlachthof

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