The second of their new collection of tracks set to arrive over the coming months, their latest is a brooding slice of off-kilter pop, accompanied by a new vid directed by Stewart Armstrong, who says, “Inspired by one of my favourite books, ‘The Last Days of New Paris’ by China Miéville, in which manifestations of surrealist artworks and texts stalk the streets of Paris in 1950’s occupied France, the video is an animated paean to the ideas that art can defeat fascism and that a broken heart can be healed.”
If you weren’t already super buzzed by their return, you’re about to be.
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It’s the group’s first new material in nearly five years!
The East London venue’s relaunching with a pretty brilliant series of shows.
The band brought ‘A House On Fire’ to Queen Of Hoxton earlier this month.
They’ll be joined by YOWL and Husky Loops at the Curtain Road venue.