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Cassels have dropped a new video for "surreal, post-apocalyptic tale", 'The Woman In The Moon'

The band's new album is due in September.
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Published: 7:17 pm, August 13, 2019
Cassels have dropped a new video for "surreal, post-apocalyptic tale", 'The Woman In The Moon'

Cassels have dropped a new video for ‘The Woman In The Moon’.

It’s the latest cut from their upcoming album ‘The Perfect Ending’, due 6th September via Big Scary Monsters, and arrives ahead of a co-headline tour with The St Pierre Snake Invasion in September and October.

Commenting on the single, frontman Jim Beck says: “'The Woman In The Moon' is the final track on the album, and the last song in our series of connected singles. The lyrics are some of my favourite I've ever written—a surreal, post-apocalyptic tale, featuring some very poorly pronounced French (désolé les français)."

"The track is pretty different to anything we've done before," he adds, "and, despite initial appearances, is probably one of the most positive tracks we've ever written too. All complex life on Earth may have been wiped out, but a period of regrowth has already begun. Though we'll probably end up killing ourselves and countless other species, in fact, there's pretty much nothing we can do to completely kill all life on Earth. Something will re-grow eventually. Even cockroaches survive a nuclear holocaust. We'll just be gone. I find this a comforting thought, and a fitting ending. Or, 'perfect ending', if you will.”

Check out ‘The Woman In The Moon’ below.

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