Watch: Brian Fallon has a new video for ‘Forget Me Not’

Brian Fallon has a new video for ‘Forget Me Not’

His new album ‘Sleepwalkers’ is out next year.

Brian Fallon is gearing up to release his new album ‘Sleepwalkers’ in February, and back in October he shared new single ‘Forget Me Not’

Shot in black and white, Brian and his band are dressed for the occasion in the clip, which shows them playing the tune to an eager crowd of fans. 

Speaking of the video, Brian said: “The video was inspired by the black & white promotional films from the early British R&B bands - The Animals, The Who, and then mixed with the punk rock shows where I started. No stage and the crowd right next to you. All for one, no walls to separate the band and the audience. I wanted to recapture some of that here”.

Brian will be heading out in February and March, kicking off in Birmingham and rounding off in Belfast, with UK and European date in-between. Tickets for all his UK dates are on sale now.

Watch the video for ‘Forget Me Not’ and see all of Brian’s upcoming UK tour dates below.

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FEBRUARY
20 Birmingham, O2 Institute
21 Manchester, O2 Ritz
22 Glasgow, O2 ABC
23 London, KOKO (sold out)
24 Nottingham, Rock City
25 Bristol, SWX

MARCH
08 Newcastle, Boiler Shop
09 Leeds, Beckett
10 Dublin, Olympia Theatre
11 Belfast, Limelight

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