Watch Miles Kane shares ‘Killing The Joke’ video

Miles Kane shares ‘Killing The Joke’ video

The black and white clip comes ahead of a huge UK tour.

Miles Kane is set to take recent LP ‘Coup De Grace’ on a UK tour later this year, and in advance of the dates he’s shared a new video.

The clip comes for recent single ‘Killing The Joke’, and sees Our Miles cruising his way round town in the black-and-white clip.

“I had a great time with Dani and Manfredi in the gorgeous setting of Florence, Italy creating the video for ‘Killing The Joke’, Miles says of the new clip.

“Using new techniques with psychedelic lenses while I performed the song has made it something fresh and very cool.”

We spoke to Miles Kane for a feature in the July issue of DIY - read that alongside watching the ‘Killing The Joke’ video and viewing his tour dates below.

NOVEMBER
22 Glasgow, Barrowland
23 Manchester, Academy
24 Manchester, Academy
26 Norwich, UEA
27 Birmingham, O2 Institute
29 Leeds, O2 Academy
30 Hull, University

DECEMBER
01 Newcastle, O2 Academy
03 Bristol, O2 Academy
04 Leicester, O2 Academy
06 London, Brixton Academy
07 Nottingham, Rock City
08 Liverpool, Mountford Hall

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