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Life have shared a new video for ‘Hollow Thing’, and announced a UK tour

The band will hit the road this autumn.
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Published: 9:20 am, July 17, 2019
Life have shared a new video for ‘Hollow Thing’, and announced a UK tour

Life have shared a new video for ‘Hollow Thing’, and announced a new tour.

The band will hit the road this autumn, for a lengthy run that starts in Liverpool on 24th October, and includes a night at London’s Moth Club on 6th November.

Frontman Mez Green says of the new clip: “This video is the soul laid bare. Fading memories projected onto ageing skin but held forever in the photos of the past. Time melts like butter on a fat cats tongue, filling the mouth with guilty pleasure. It lasts for mere seconds before turning into painful emptiness. Dissolving like spoilt acid in the dark corners of an evil morning.

Sane dogs bark at mad doors
Mad men eat on cold floors
That shallow sound, the pointless hum
That hollow thing. Endless. Numb.”

Life’s new album ‘A Picture of Good Health’ is due for release on 20th September. Check out ‘Hollow Thing’ below, and find the full tour after the jump.

Life will play:

OCTOBER
24 Phase One, Liverpool UK
26 Bootleg Social, Blackpool UK
27 YES, Manchester UK
28 Hyde Park Book Club, Leeds UK
29 Fulford Arms, York UK
30 King Tuts, Glasgow UK

NOVEMBER
1 Tunnels, Aberdeen UK
2 Think Tank, Newcastle UK
4 Sugarmill, Stoke UK
5 Cookie, Leicester UK
6 Moth Club, London UK
7 Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff UK
8 West End Centre, Aldershot UK
10 Anvil, Bournemouth, UK
11 Green Door Store, Brighton UK
12 Joiners, Southampton UK
13 Forum, Tunbridge Wells UK
14 Horn, St Albans UK
15 Crauford Arms, Milton Keynes UK

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