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Slaves kick against toxic masculinity in this new video for ‘One More Day Won’t Hurt’

It’s the latest clip from the duo’s ‘The Velvet Ditch’ EP released earlier in the year
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Published: 8:19 pm, October 15, 2019Words: Jamie Muir.
Slaves kick against toxic masculinity in this new video for ‘One More Day Won’t Hurt’

The chaps in Slaves have dropped a new video for ‘One More Day Won’t Hurt’

Coming from the duo’s recent ‘The Velvet Ditch’ EP, it gives dizzying visuals to the track - whether it’s topless men running about, emptied pints or in-your-face lighting. It’s all there.

Speaking about the EP, Laurie from the band said: “The Velvet Ditch is four songs from four different corners of our band. It was us approaching small town mentality, destructive behavioural patterns, and the mental cycles that can be such a struggle for us all to break”.

After storming a string of festivals earlier in the summer, Slaves will wrap up 2019 with a slew of dates across the UK in December - taking in Brighton, Warrington and Glasgow alongside five nights at London’s ULU.

Check out those run of shows below:

DECEMBER
05 LONDON ULU
06 LONDON ULU
07 BRIGHTON Dome
09 WARRINGTON Parr Hall
10 GLASGOW QMU
12 LONDON ULU
13 LONDON ULU
14 LONDON ULU

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