Watch Yellow Days shares video for ‘How Can I Love You’?

Yellow Days shares video for ‘How Can I Love You?’

We take a trip through the many rooms in George van den Broek’s mind in the new clip.

Yellow Days returned last month with his first new music in six months in the form of the super smooth ‘How Can I Love You?’ and now the new song has a video!

In the new clip, which was directed by Jamie Whitby, we take a dive into the various creative spaces in George van den Broek’s mind before he returns to the surface to play with his band. 

The song is his first release since ‘The Way Things Change’ back in April and marks a departure from his earlier music where he performed all of the tracks alone, this time opening his sound up to a collective of collaborating musicians.

Watch the new video below.

Yellow Days will also be playing a series of shows in Europe and the US over October and November - see the dates below. 

OCTOBER
10 Democrazy, Gent
11 Het Zonnehuis, Amsterdam
12 Uebel & Gefahrlick, Hamburg
13 Festaal Kreuzberg, Berlin
15 Vega, Copenhagen
18 Papiersaal, Zurich
19 Ohibo, Milan
22 Thekla, Bristol
23 Bullingdon Arms, Oxford
25 Riverside, Newcastle
26 Oran Mor, Glasgow
27 Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
28 The Globe, Cardiff
29 Brixton Electric, London

NOVEMBER
4 Tropicalia Festival, Long Beach
5 El Rey, Los Angeles 
6 El Rey, Los Angeles 
7 Slim’s, San Francisco
9 Kilby Court, Salt Lake City
10 Larimer Lounge, Denver
12 Lincoln Hall, Chicago
14 Lee’s Palace, Toronto
15 Bar Le Ritz, Montreal 
16 Sinclair, Boston
17 Music Hall of Williamsburg, New York
18 Music Hall of Williamsburg, New York 
19 First Unitarian Church, Philadelphia
20 Rock & Roll Hotel, Washington DC

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