Cat Power unveils zombie video for 'Cherokee'

The single comes from the singer's new album 'Sun'

Cat Power has unveiled the video for her new single 'Cherokee'.

Click above to watch the promo for the song, which is taken from the singer's brand new album, 'Sun', which is out now. The video features Cat Power - real name Chan Marshall - battling zombie-like creatures with a silver ray gun in the Californian desert.

'Sun' follows the singer-songwriter's 2008 covers album 'Jukebox' and 2006's 'The Greatest' and was recorded in various locations including a studio built by Marshall in Malibu.

Cat Power will be playing a one-off UK show later this year. She will headline London's Roundhouse on December 12. It is her first UK gig in over four years. The show is part of a full European run of shows that also includes gigs in Amsterdam, Koln, Berlin, Hamburg, Munich, Milan, Bologna, Zurich, Paris and Brussels.

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