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The Ninth Wave have dropped a video for their latest single, 'Half Pure'

It comes ahead of a forthcoming tour with Dork faves whenyoung, and a support slot with CHVRCHES at Glasgow's SSE Hydro Arena.
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Published: 12:05 pm, January 30, 2019
The Ninth Wave have dropped a video for their latest single, 'Half Pure'

The Ninth Wave have dropped a video for their latest single.

The clip, for 'Half Pure', comes ahead of a forthcoming tour with Dork faves whenyoung, then a support slot with CHVRCHES at Glasgow's SSE Hydro Arena.

Speaking about the video, the band say: “The video portrays the result of answering to the expectations set by the vain society we are all a part of.”

Which in many ways is sort of every music video, if you think about it. Deep.

Check out the clip for 'Half Pure', and the band's upcoming live plans, below.

February
9 Rough Trade, Brighton (w/ whenyoung)
10 The Deaf Institute, Manchester (w/ whenyoung)
13 Electrowerkz, London (w/ whenyoung)
16 SSE Hydro, Glasgow (w/ CHVRCHES)

March
3 Arlene's Grocery, New York City
8 Berlin, New York City
9 Arlene's Grocery, New York City
10-17 SXSW, Austin, Texas

May
5 Stag & Dagger Festival, Glasgow

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