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Everything Everything have shared a new video for their ominous new tune, 'Violent Sun'

"It’s the last song of the night, and the last song of your life."
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Published: 11:22 pm, July 28, 2020
Everything Everything have shared a new video for their ominous new tune, 'Violent Sun'

Everything Everything have shared a new video for 'Violent Sun'.

It's a cut from their new album 'Re-Animator', which has just moved back a little to 11th September, indwell see them tour the UK next March.

Frontman Jonathan Higgs says: “‘Violent Sun’ is about the feeling that something terrible is approaching fast, and you want to hold on to this moment forever. It’s the last song of the night, and the last song of your life. You only have these four minutes to make it happen, so make it happen!”

Give it a watch below, and catch the band live at the following:

MARCH
19 Nottingham, Rock City
20 Birmingham, O2 Academy
22 Norwich, UEA
23 Liverpool, O2 Academy
25 Manchester, Academy
26 Glasgow, SWG3 - Galvanizers
27 Newcastle, O2 Academy
29 Leeds, O2 Academy
30 Bristol, O2 Academy

APRIL
1 London, Roundhouse
3 Brighton, Dome
5 Dublin, Olympia Theatre

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