Mercury Prize nominated Kendal band Wild Beasts' are back with a new single 'Albatross' as well as forthcoming album 'Smother'.
The video for 'Albatross' was shot in a London location by distinctive director Dave Ma, David also shot the 'This Momentary' video for Delphic. The video uses stark, dream-like imagery which captures the abstract mood of the song and conjures feelings of loss.
Albatross is available to download now with a digital bundle available from May 2nd and a very special 7" vinyl version sold exclusively through Record Store Day outlets on the 16th April.
Wild Beasts will be performing live as follows, with Summer Camp supporting at all shows in May:
Thu 5 May UK Newcastle Gateshead Old Town Hall SOLD OUT
Fri 6 May UK Glasgow Oran Mor
Saturday 7th May UK Ulverston Coronation Hall
Sun 8 May UK Leeds Brudenell Social Club SOLD OUT + afternoon matinee performance*
Mon 9 May UK Leicester Y Theatre
Wed 11 May UK London Wilton's Music Hall SOLD OUT
Thurs 12 May UK London Wilton's Music Hall SOLD OUT
Fri 13 May UK Gloucester Guildhall
Sat 14 May UK Sheffield City Hall Grand Ballroom
Sat 4th June Forbidden Fruit Festival Dublin
Sat 11th June Isle of Wight Festival
Sat 6th Aug UK London Victoria Park - Field Day Festival
Fri 2nd September End of the Road Festival
This article is dedicated to Caroline Flack.
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