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BURY TOMORROW Release new video for single ‘More Than Mortal’


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BURY TOMORROW reveal their brand new video for new single ‘More Than Mortal’, which is the 3rd single taken from their recent 5th album ‘Black Flame’ – out now on Music For Nations.

From bass player Davyd Winter-Bates – “The idea of the video came from taking the theme of the song to its ultimate progression. The exploitation of the the masses from celebrity and corporation is portrayed as its own pseudo-future religion and the Black Flame are here to bring it down. We wanted it to feel disorienting and nightmarish, physically showing the “lifting of the veil” on celebrity culture exposing the exploitation and removing its power on those it preys on.”

“It was insanely fun working closely with the creative team on this one to do something different for us and the performances from Charity Kase and the rest of the actors are next level. The song has already become a fan favourite from Black Flame so we’re very excited to bring that to life visually as well.”

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CANE HILL RELEASE New Video For Single ‘TOO FAR GONE’


CANE HILL premiered their new single ‘Too Far Gone’ via Dan P. Carter’s Radio One Rock Show and have today, dropped the video for the track.

The song was produced by Wzrd Bld (Motionless in White, We Came as Romans) and the video was directed by Brendan Barone and Sam Shapiro, with animation provided by Toon 53 Productions.

“This song is about our short and dangerously intense romance with LSD. We went down a rabbit hole and I’m not sure how we came back. But Cane Hill’s here — bigger and better,” the band said. “This is in your face Cane Hill. The real Cane Hill. No makeup or gimmicks — just musicians playing aggressive ass music that’s meant to stick in your head and you won’t want to get it out.”

Details regarding Cane Hill’s new album, to be released by Rise Records, are forthcoming.

The band will be touring the UK early next year supporting Motionless In White.

You can see the band at the following dates:

18th January Engine Rooms Southampton
19th January O2 Academy Bristol
20th January Stylus Leeds
22nd January The Garage Glasgow
23rd January Riverside Newcastle
25th January Koko London
26th January O2 Institute Birmingham
27th January O2 Ritz Manchester
28th January The Waterfront Norwich

Tickets on sale now at Ticketmaster.co.uk