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Ghum have shared a new video for 'Saturn', a song about a toxic relationship

It's a track from the band’s new EP, ‘The Coldest Fire’.
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Published: 11:18 am, July 29, 2019
Ghum have shared a new video for 'Saturn', a song about a toxic relationship

Ghum have shared a new video for ‘Saturn’.

A track from the band’s new EP ‘The Coldest Fire’, out now, the clip was directed by Louise Tse and Jojo Khor, and shot by Rob Thorogood.

The band explain: “We wanted to have a feeling of simultaneously being in a restricted industrial setting, alongside more open, natural settings which represent freedom and we're so glad to have Louise and Rob on board for this video to depict that.

“‘Saturn' tells a story of a toxic relationship. The confusion between passion and love, and the end of love when violence appears. We wanted to create something beautiful but also incorporate elements of those feelings, and most importantly the tone of the video represents a feeling of The Coldest Fire.”

Watch ‘Saturn’ below, and catch them play The Waiting Room in London on 10th October.

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