What eventually arrives is a bonkers, bloodthirsty clip which sees Hackman morphinfg into a werewolf before eating Marling alive, covering her poor bandmates in gore. It’s a) bonkers and b) amazing.
The song itself is about the darkest, furthest depths of a human being’s imagination and potential, as Hackman told DIY recently.
Marika Hackman’s ‘We Slept At Last’ album is available to pre-order here.
She plays the following UK dates:
23 Leicester, The Musician
24 Hull, The Adelphi
25 Stoke-On-Trent, Sugarmill
26 Birmingham, The Rainbow
28 Nottingham, The Bodega
30 Milton Keynes, The Craufurd Arms
31 London, Bush Hall
1 Leeds, Brudenell Social Club
2 Newcastle, Think Tank
3 York, The Duchess
4 Manchester, Night & Day
5 Glasgow, King Tuts
9 Bristol, Thekla
10 Cardiff, St. John’s Church
11 Aldershot, West End Centre
12 Bedford, Esquires
14 Cambridge, Portland Arms
15 Southampton, Joiners
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She’s off on the road later this year!
She’s also announced a limited edition white vinyl of recent album ‘Covers’.
The track features on last month’s ‘Covers’ album.
The soft, rounded edges that she uses recall the colour palette of her debut.