Watch: The Garden share a new video for ‘Stallion’

The Garden share a new video for ‘Stallion’

Their new album ‘Mirror Might Steal Your Charm’ is out next month.

Back in January The Garden announced that they’d be releasing their new album ‘Mirror Might Steal Your Charm’ on 30th March through Epitaph.

At the time they shared ‘No Destination’, and now they’re back with a video for ‘Stallion’. A sub-two-minute blast of punk, it’s a jagged album opener, with the clip itself following a young businessman who’s constantly haunted by a devilish figure. 

Speaking of the video, the band said: “The song itself is a refers to a build up of aggression and discontent with one’s self and how carrying that heavy weight on your back leads to more problems. The video portrays a slightly different image for certain reasons, but gives off a similar feeling to the message of the song. It follows the struggle of a young business man who is consumed with the desire to flaunt his currency and act a fool. Haunted by a demon he cannot see, he tries to find ways to deal with what he truly is”.

The Garden are also set to go on a tour of Europe in March, which includes dates in Bristol, Leeds and London along the way.

Watch the video for ‘Stallion’ and check out The Garden’s upcoming European tour dates below.

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MARCH
03 Muzik & Frieden, Berlin
08 Café V Lese, Prague
09 Arena, Vienna
10 Milla, Munich
13 Albani Music Club, Winterthur
14 Rotondes, Luxembourg City
15 Beursschouwburg, Brussels
16 La Cartonnerie, Reims
17 La Maroguinerie, Paris
19 Thekla, Bristol
20 Headrow House, Leeds
21 Electric Ballroom, London
22 Bitterzoet, Amsterdam
23 Nachtwache, Hamburg
24 Huset, Copenhagen
25 Obaren, Stockholm

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