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Bear's Den experiment with isolation for their new 'Laurel Wreath' video

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Published: 1:31 pm, April 09, 2019Words: Sam Taylor.
Bear's Den experiment with isolation for their new 'Laurel Wreath' video

Bear’s Den have released a new video for ‘Laurel Wreath’.

It’s a track from the band’s upcoming new album ‘So That You Might Hear Me’, due out on 26th April, with the clip shot in the Marzahn-hellensdorf neighbourhood of Berlin.

Brazilian director duo Jungle explain: "When we were sent the brief, the last scene immediately came to our minds: Layers and layers of people stashed above each other separated by 50cm walls. 

"People living their lives in the private cubicles they call home, willingly unaware of each other. Paying a price for their individuality. A dreamlike reality where people embodied their isolation through blindfolds.”

The band are on tour throughout this month, with two nights at London’s Shepherd’s Bush Empire on 23rd and 24th April. They’re also at Citadel this summer.

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