Watch: Alice Glass shares a new video for ‘Without Love’

Alice Glass shares a new video for ‘Without Love’

She’s also announced a clutch of dates around America - including with Marilyn Manson!

Yesterday, Alice Glass returned with her first new music since 2015’s ‘Stillbirth’ in the form of the dark yet poppy ‘Without Love’.

A little more than 24 hours down the line, Alice has lifted the lid on the track’s video. It’s been directed by Floria Sigismondi, who has also taken the helm for videos by David Bowie and Marilyn Manson, as well as the recent TV adaptation of ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’. In a nutshell then, it’s strangely beautiful yet also kinda disturbing, as Alice is the victim of a car crash surrounded by flowers. As the clip reaches its climax, the scene shifts to an otherworldly plain as it’s strongly implied that Alice dies. And then it ends on some creepy nightmare fuel.

Speaking of Marilyn Manson, Alice has also announced that she’ll be supporting him on his upcoming North American tour. She’s also announced a handful of headline shows in the US, which kick off at The Echo in Los Angeles on 14th September. More info on her upcoming dates can be found here.

Watch the video for ‘Without Love’ below.

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