It’s been a few months since Childhood released their latest album ‘Universal High’, but now they’ve got a new video for ‘Too Old For My Tears’.
It’s been shot on location in Paris by Ashley Rommelrath during their recent headline show at La Maroquinerie, and follows Ben Romans-Hopcraft and rest of the band as they traverse through both the night and the morning. It’s an exploration of some of the city’s tourist traps as well as a look into the nightlife, all mixed in with live footage of the band.
Childhood are also off on tour from tonight! In the run up to playing their Scala date in November, they’ll be heading to Leeds, Dublin, Birmingham, Glasgow, Manchester and Brighton across the span of the month. Tickets for all the new shows are on sale now.
Watch the video for ‘Too Old For My Tears’ and see Childhood’s upcoming UK tour dates below.
16 Leeds, Brudenell Community Room
18 Dublin, Grand Social
19 Birmingham, Hare and Hounds
21 Glasgow, Broadcast
22 Manchester, Deaf Institute
27 Brighton, Patterns
28 London, Scala
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It’s taken from their upcoming new album, ‘Universal High’.
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