Fresh from releasing their brand new album, Mazes have now unveiled a video for ‘Salford’.
As taken from their latest full-length ‘Wooden Aquarium’, the track itself is a bold cut packed with jagged guitars and stampeding riffs. The video, however, is a little different: set in a rather downbeat-looking pub - complete with Kiss memorabilia on the walls and some rather strict pool table rules - the clip boasts a tremendous performance from, well, a hairy bunch of old metallers with rather strangely functioning mouths. Watch the clip below.
The track gets taken from their third album, which was recorded in New York with Parquet Courts producer Jonathan Schenke, and is out now via FatCat Records.
The band are also due to play a handful of live dates in the coming week, before teaming up with Eagulls for the DIY x Dr. Martens #STANDFORSOMETHING Tour.
20 Southsea Festival
21 Brighton, Bleach
23 York, The Basement
24 Birmingham, The Bulls Head
26-27 Liverpool Psych Fest
11 Cardiff, Clwb Ifor Bach (w/ Eagulls)
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The band brought the ‘Wooden Aquarium’ cut to the Welsh capital.
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The second date of this year’s #STANDFORSOMETHING Tour arrives in Clwb Ifor Bach.
Eagulls, Mazes and Samoans will play Clwb Ifor Bach later today.