Watch Aldous Harding offers up new video for ‘Fixture Picture’

Aldous Harding offers up new video for ‘Fixture Picture’

The clips opens with Aldous playing guitar against a backdrop of the white cliffs of Dover.

Ahead of the release of her new album later this month, Aldous Harding has shared her new video for one of its tracks, ‘Fixture Picture’.

Her new clip, which comes co-directed by Jack Whiteley and Aldous herself, sees her playing guitar against the rather stunning backdrop of the white cliffs of Dover.

‘Fixture Picture’ gets taken from her forthcoming third album ‘Designer’, which is due for release on 24th April. She’ll follow it up with a short run of UK shows next month, before returning to the UK in November for a full tour.

Check out her upcoming shows - and watch the video for ‘Fixture Picture’ - below.

MAY
15 Brighton, Concorde 2
16 Cambridge, Junction 2
17 Leeds, Brudenell
18 Glasgow, The Art School
19 Newcastle, The Cluny 2
21 Manchester, Gorilla
22 London, EartH
23 Bristol, Trinity

NOVEMBER
29 Birmingham, Institute 2
30 Manchester, Academy 2

DECEMBER
01 Edinburgh, Summerhall
04 Liverpool, Arts Club
05 London, Roundhouse
06 Southampton, 1865
07 Bristol, O2 Academy

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