Major Lazer‘s new video for “Lose Yourself” premiered today on Noisey/Vice and you can watch it above.
If you missed it, Gardens & Villa‘s second album, Dunes came out a few weeks ago. The boys already graced us with a deadpan, VHS tinted video for “Bullet Train” via director Tony Katai, and today they share a new video for “Colony Glen”, the second song to get the video treatment from G&V’s newest album Dunes. This second 80′s inspired video is directed by Hans Lo who also created the band’s artwork for Dunes.
On tour now supporting the new release, the boys have just announced additional shows including their first 2014 European dates supporting Broken Bells in London, Paris, Brussels, Berlin, and Amsterdam. Click read more below to see all tour dates and ticket links.
Continuing previous Woman’s Hour visual collaborations with artists Broomberg and Chanarin (directed ‘To The End’ and ‘Darkest Place’), the new video for the band’s new single “Her Ghost” interprets lead singer Fiona Burgess’ lyrics into sign language filmed in one long, beautiful shot.
On the conception of the video Fiona says:
3/11-16 | South By South West Festival, Austin, Texas
3/17 | Bardot, Los Angeles
3/19 | Mercury Lounge, New York
3/21 | Glasslands, New York
3/28 | Brixton Academy, London w/ Metronomy
3/31 | Luxembourg Rockhal, Luxembourg w/ Metronomy
4/01 | Melkweg Old Room, Amsterdam, Netherlands w/ Metronomy
4/02 | AB Club, Brussels, Belgium w/ Metronomy
4/03 | The Purcell Rooms, London
4/09 | Loppen, Copenhagen, Denmark w/ Metronomy
4/10 | Strand, Stockholm, Sweden w/ Metronomy
4/01 | Rockerfeller, Oslo, Norway w/ Metronomy
4/25 | Gulliver’s, Manchester
4/26 | Cathedral, Sheffield
4/27 | Bodega Social Club, Nottingham
4/28 | Zenith, Paris, France w/ Metronomy
5/07 | Louisiana, Bristol
5/08 | The Great Escape Festival, Brighton
Click read more to see artwork for the single and upcoming tour dates for the band in UK and US dates in March including an appearance at SXSW.
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