From the band’s current album ‘Bel Avenir’, the vid for ‘Jesus in a Minor Key’ was filmed in Portobello, directed by Chris Watson, and produced by Eyebolls.
Vid for a single taken from debut album ‘Arrows’ (out 11 October 2019), the vintage geometric visuals come courtesy of noted Italian maths professor Michele Emmer.
Musically, the release from the band fronted by former Admiral Fallow man Tom Strearn continues the sci-fi theme, paying tribute to Isaac Asimov’s character ‘Oliver’.
The one-take video for new single ‘April’ is an interpretative dance, “an expression of communication between three women – initially supporting each other then eventually offering solace to the viewer as the older lead gazes at the camera with Wilson’s advice, ‘don’t suffer fools’ lingering as the song fades out” – the lyric giving the name to Wilson’s record label, Suffering Fools, which releases new album ‘The Departure’ on 10th May 2019.
The lead single ‘Atrocities’, taken from the Dundee quartet’s second album ‘Fleam’, released on Stereogram Recordings. The video was created by Raz Ullah – who as well as being Jane Weaver’s keyboard player, is also part of The Art Of The Memory Palace alongside Idlewild’s Andrew Mitchell.
Out in mid-November, the latest from the audio collective co-ordinated by The Nectarine No9 and Sexual Objects guitarist Douglas MacIntyre – this new single featuring former Wake The President vocalist Erik Sandberg, plus guitar from Fire Engines’ Simon Smeeton and Graham Wann out of Bricolage.