Watch The Ninth Wave share video for ‘Sometimes The Silence Is Sweeter’

The Ninth Wave share video for ‘Sometimes The Silence Is Sweeter’

The band’s EP ‘FLESCH’ is out now.

After revealing the track back in October, buzzy Glasgow four-piece have shared a video for their song ‘Sometimes The Silence Is Sweeter’.

Matching the song’s dark post-punk undertones, the video (which was directed by Ciaran Lyons) is also suitably dark, featuring a dancer on the streets of Glasgow performing Butoh, a form of Japanese performance art which is popularly known as ‘the dance of death and disease,’ or ‘the dance of darkness.’ Frontman Haydn Park-Patterson describes the song as “an appreciation of being alone” and it’s taken from the band’s EP ‘FLESCH’, which is out now.

The band are also playing a couple of live dates this month - see them and watch the new video below.

DECEMBER
7 Aberdeen Tunnels
21 Glasgow Saint Luke’s

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