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The Homicide Capital share surrealist video for brand spanking new single ‘Ethel’


The Homicide Capital have launched ‘Ethel’, the third single from their upcoming second album ‘Gigi’s Restoration‘, and with it a music video.

The Irish post-punkers returned this summer season with ‘Solely Good Issues‘ and adopted it up with September’s ‘A Thousand Lives’. Now, ‘Ethel’ hears the group at their most momentous, replete with a surrealist Maxim Kelly-directed video.

Director Kelly mentioned of the video: “Initially I believed ‘Ethel’ must be the principle character and do the dance on the finish, and I at all times had this picture from this French movie known as My American Uncle. The place it’s like a bit lady standing up at a desk.

“I initially had that picture in my head for a rap video, however it didn’t actually make sense to the tune, I wished this to really feel extra like surreal so then as I began discovering extra imagery, it type of transpired that perhaps the maid was the extra attention-grabbing character.”

‘Gigi’s Restoration’ is launched on January 20 by way of Human Season Data (pre-order right here). See the tracklist beneath:

01. ‘Existence’
02. ‘Crying’
03. ‘Return My Head’
04. ‘Ethel’
05. ‘The Stars Will Go away Their Stage’
06. ‘Belonging’
07. ‘The Lie Turns into The Self’
08. ‘A Thousand Lives’
09. ‘We Had To Disappear’
10. ‘Solely Good Issues’
11. ‘Gigi’s Restoration’
12. ‘Exist’

The group head out on a tour in February – head right here for the total listing of dates.

Reviewing the band’s debut 2019 album ‘After I Have Fears’NME wrote: “The Homicide Capital arrive as the most recent in a brand new, hungry line of Irish rock bands giving the nation – and its capital of Dublin specifically – a brand new popularity as a hotbed of vicious guitar music. The band’s debut single ‘Feeling Fades’, launched initially of the yr, noticed them peddle an analogous type of brazen post-punk as their fast-rising contemporaries Fontaines DC.

“On debut album ‘After I Have Fears’, although, it’s confirmed to be only one piece of the band’s jigsaw, becoming in to a report that’s wealthy, emotional and big in scope.”



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