Deap Vally unveil 'Walk Of Shame' video - watch

The band embark on a UK headline tour later this month

Deap Vally have unveiled the video for 'Walk Of Shame'.

Directed by Tyler Shields, the video was shot in their hometown of Los Angeles. Click above to watch. The video comes ahead of their up-coming 12-date tour of the UK, set to take place this month and into November.

The Los Angeles blues rock duo, made up of Lindsey Troy and Julie Edwards, will kick off their run of dates at Sheffield Leadmill on October 29, before gigs in Brighton, Nottingham, Leeds, Manchester, Edinburgh, Glasgow and more, ending up at London's Electric Ballroom on November 14. Deap Vally released their debut album, 'Sistrionix' earlier this year.

Deap Vally play:

Sheffield Leadmill (October 29)
Oxford Academy 2 (30)
Brighton Concorde 2 (November 1)
Bristol Trinity Centre (2)
Nottingham Rock City Basement (4)
Manchester Club Academy (5)
Birmingham Academy 2 (7)
Leeds The Wardrobe (8)
Newcastle Warehouse 34 (10)
Edinburgh Liquid Room (11)
Glasgow Oran Mor (12)
London Electric Ballroom (14)


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