The track now has its own new video, which sees a robot roaming around town and falling in love (aww!).
Discussing the video, Oscar Pollock says: “I wanted to make a music video inspired by the Dogme 95 movement - something really slapdash/DIY. Something that relied upon the character and the location rather than perfection or meticulous lighting. I shot it all on an old Sony DCR-VX9000E and the batteries for the camera were horrendous so the camera could have cut out at literally any moment, meaning we could only really afford to do one shot of each scene. The benefit was that it that made it feel more like a documentary which was perfect.”
‘Ulfilas’ Alphabet’ will come out on 1st March next year via Chess Club/RCA and the band will take it on a big UK tour later in the year.
Watch the ‘One Last Night On This Earth’ video, read our interview with the band about album two here, and view the band’s tour dates below.
02 Glasgow, Barrowland
04 Nottingham, Rock City
06 Manchester, Victoria Warehouse
08 Bristol, O2 Academy
09 Sheffield, O2 Academy
10 Birmingham, Institute
12 Southampton, Guildhall
13 London, Brixton Academy
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