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Sundara Karma have dropped a brand new video for 'Higher States'

The clip was directed by the band's frontman Oscar Pollock.
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Published: 9:59 pm, February 13, 2019
Sundara Karma have dropped a brand new video for 'Higher States'

Sundara Karma have dropped a brand new video.

The clip is for 'Higher States', and was directed by the band's frontman Oscar Pollock.

“I wanted to edit the video as well as direct it," he explains. "It was ALL CONSUMING! I’m really not the most skilled editor and because I wanted the video to have an extremely fast pace it took me like 1 hour to do 5 seconds of footage… I was a wreck by the end of it. I did it all on my laptop and if you saw me during that period I Iooked like a mad scientist or something… grizzly stuff but I’m super happy with how it turned out!”

Sundara Karma are set to hit the road this April alongside Whenyoung and Alfie Templeman. Before that, they'll drop their Really Bloody Brilliant new album 'Ulfilas’ Alphabet' on 1st March.

You can read more from the band, and the official verdict on the album, in the new issue of Dork, out Friday, 15th March.

Check out the video for 'Higher States' below.

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