May 27, 2011 12:40

Watch City And Colour video for 'Fragile Bird' on NME.COM

Alexisonfire's Dallas Green previews third album 'Little Hell' with new video

Video: City And Colour - 'Fragile Bird'

City and Colour have released their new video for 'Fragile Bird' which you can watch above on NME.COM.

The track comes from City and Colour's third studio album 'Little Hell' which will be released on June 6 through Dine Alone Records. City and Colour is the solo project of Alexisonfire's guitarist Dallas Green.

The group, which features Green on vocals and guitar and with a rotating backing band, have also been announced for a series of UK shows including the July Hop Farm Festival and a short run of headline dates. For full details see Cityandcolour.ca.

City And Colour previously previewed a stream of track 'Fragile Bird' on NME.COM.

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