London duo IDER share video for ‘Wu Baby’

The band’s debut album ‘Emotional Education’ is due out next month.

North London-based duo IDER have shared their new, glitchy video for recent track ‘Wu Baby’.

The track was first revealed back in May, when the band announced details of their debut album ‘Emotional Education’, which is due for release on 19th July via Glassnote.

Speaking of the video itself, the band have said: ““We wanted the video to depict the darkness, the lust and madness of the song. It’s about the experience of being totally infatuated and obsessed with someone, usually at the beginning of a relationship, when you don’t know exactly where you stand but you know you are about to throw everything into this new found love. It’s sort of that secret conversation you have with yourself where you admit your dangerous fascination and brace yourself for the emotional rollercoaster that’s about to come. We decided to shoot in a live performance style, in order to visually represent the energy of the music.”

IDER have also confirmed plans for a slew of live shows including a run with our Festival Guide cover star Sigrid. Check out their plans at the bottom of the article.

Watch the video for ‘Wu Baby’ below.

05 Down the Rabbit Hole, Ewijk
11 BBK Live Festival, Bilbao
19 Melt! Festival, Gräfenhainichen
20 Latitude Festival, Southwold

08 Way Out West, Gothenburg

28 Krøsset, Oslo
30 Vega Ideal Bar, Copenhagen
31 Frannz Club, Berlin

01 Molotow, Hamburg
04 Hydrozagadka, Warsaw
06 Chapeau Rouge, Prague
07 Arena, Vienna
08 A38 Ship, Budapest
10 Milla, Munich
11 Albani, Winterthur
12 Magnolia, Milan
14 Sala Costello, Madrid
19 TivoliVredenberg, Utrecht*
20 Ancienne Belgique, Brussels*
22 3Arena, Dublin*
23 O2 Academy, Leeds (SOLD OUT)*
24 Rock City, Nottingham (SOLD OUT)*
26 Usher Hall, Edinburgh*
27 O2 Academy, Newcastle*
29 Academy 2, Manchester (SOLD OUT)*
30 Academy 2, Manchester*

02 O2 Academy, Birmingham*
04 Eventim Apollo, London*

29 Yuca, Cologne
30 Bitterzoet, Amsterdam
31 Point Ephemere, Paris

01 Trix, Antwerp
04 Thekla, Bristol
05 Electric Brixton, London
06 Bodega, Nottingham
07 King Tut’s, Glasgow
08 Band On The Wall, Manchester
11 Sound House, Dublin

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