Watch: Wolf Alice channel the ’50s in ‘Beautifully Unconventional’ video

Wolf Alice channel the ’50s in ‘Beautifully Unconventional’ video

The band have also announced EU tour dates for 2018.

Wolf Alice - as we’re sure you know - are releasing their new album ‘Visions Of A Life’ at the end of the month. The latest taster of the record is the strutting ‘Beautifully Unconventional’ and the band have shared a ’50s-channeling new video for the track.

The track follows the brutal ‘Yuk Foo’ and significantly quieter ‘Don’t Delete The Kisses’ in previewing the new album, out on 29th September via Dirty Hit. The video sees Ellie, Joff, Theo and Joel dressing up all fancy and creating something that could be lifted from a Hollywood movie.

“This song is a celebration of all your non-conforming friends,” Ellie Rowsell told The FADER. “A celebration of individuality and the adventures that come with embracing that.

“For me personally I imagined me and my mate Hannah as Christian Slater and Winona Rider in Heathers albeit looking nothing like them. The video has nothing to do with the song - I just didn’t want to have a mullet anymore, seeing as lots of people tore me to pieces in our last video, so it was an excuse to wear a wig!”

Wolf Alice have also shared new tour dates for early 2018, seeing them return to mainland Europe. They also play Laneway Festival in Australia and New Zealand, and US dates in December. It’s all go, huh!

The band front this month’s issue of DIY. Read the cover feature in full here, and watch the ‘Beautifully Unconventional’ video and view the tour dates (new EU shows in bold) below.

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NOVEMBER
08 Bristol, O2 Academy
09 Manchester, O2 Apollo
11 Glasgow, Barrowlands
13 Newcastle, 02 Academy
15 Nottingham, Rock City
16 Birmingham, O2 Academy
17 Norwich, UEA
18 Leeds, O2 Academy
20 Brighton, Dome
21 Southampton, O2 Guildhall
24 London, Alexandra Palace
27 Belfast, Ulster Hall
28 Dublin, Olympia

DECEMBER
01 Toronto, Danforth Music Hall
02 Montreal, L’Astral
04 Brooklyn, Brooklyn Steel
07 Pawtucket, The Met
08 Washington DC, 9:30 Club
09 Philadephia, Trocadero Theatre
11 Atlanta, Terminal West

JANUARY
04 Madrid, La Riviera
05 Barcelona, Apolo
08 Lyon, Ninkasi Kao
09 Frankfurt, Zoom
10 Munich, Amperey
12 Zurich, Plaza
13 Milan, Santeria Social Club
14 Vienna, Arena
16 Prague, Roxy
17 Warsaw, Hybrydy
19 Copenhagen, Vega Jr
20 Stockholm, Debaser Strand
21 Oslo, John Dee
29 Auckland, New Zealand (Laneway Festival)

FEBRUARY
02 Adelaide , Australia (Laneway Festival)
03 Melbourne, Australia (Laneway Festival)
04 Sydney, Australia (Laneway Festival)
10 Brisbane, Australia (Laneway Festival)
11 Fremantle, Australia (Laneway Festival)