After releasing a compilation cassette of previous recordings via their new label last month, the band have now shared a new video for the recent single, and announced a host of new tour dates.
Speaking of the new clip, vocalist Luciel Brown says: “The video is an abstracted representation of process and routine. This is depicted through the recreation of the cover artwork and repetitive nature of the content used.”
The band are set to head out on their first ever North American tour later this year, and have also announced new UK headline dates too.
View all the forthcoming shows and watch the video for ‘Twelve Divisions Of The Day’ below.
24 Gigors, Freakshow Festival
27 Nottingham, Rescue Rooms*
28 Cardiff, The Globe*
07 Mont-Saint-Guibert, SMG Music Festival
29 Brighton, 234 Festival
18 Brooklyn, Elsewhere Zone 1^
19 Washington, Songbyrd^
20 Durham, The Pinhook^
21 Atlanta, Drunken Unicorn^
24 Austin, Hotel Vegas^
26 Phoenix, The Trunk Space^
27 Los Angeles, The Echo^
28 Oakland, Starline Social Club^
30 Seattle, Barbosa^
31 Portland, Mississippi Studios^
01 Boise, The Olympic^
02 Salt Lake City, Diabolical Records^
03 Denver, Hi-Dive^
05 Chicago, The Empty Bottle^
06 Detroit, Deluxx Fluxx^
07 Toronto, Monarch^
08 Montreal, Bar Le Ritz P.D.B.^
09 Boston, Hassle Fest^
10 Philadelphia, TBD^
26 London, 100 [email protected]
28 Edinburgh, Sneaky Pete’[email protected]
29 Newcastle, The Cluny [email protected]
30 York, The Crescent
01 Sheffield, Cafe [email protected]
03 Bristol, Crofters Rights%
04 Birmingham, Hare & Hounds%
05 Manchester, Soup Kitchen%
06 Leeds, Wharf Chambers
^with Lina Tullgren and Wax Chattels
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