A couple of weeks back, Mount Kimbie released their latest album ‘Love What Survives’.
They’ve now got a video for ‘Four Years and One Day’, directed by Duncan Loudon. It pieces together experimental footage of the band using a 360 degree camera, as well as a more personal tale of the director, his younger brother and their dad getting older and eventually leaving London. It’s by turns mind-bending and touching.
We recently caught up with Mount Kimbie to talk about ‘Love What Survives’ and the process of piecing the album together. Catch up here.
Mount Kimbie are also going on a UK tour from next month. They’ll head to Manchester, Glasgow, Birmingham, Bristol and London before heading off around the continent for the rest of November. Tickets are on sale now.
Watch the video for ‘Four Years and One Day’ and see their upcoming UK tour dates below.
27 Liverpool, Liverpool Music Week
28 Manchester, Ritz
30 Glasgow, Art School
01 Birmingham, Institute
02 Bristol, Motion
03 London, Roundhouse
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