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The self-directed video sees the band performing in a forest

Everything Everything reveal 'Kemosabe' video

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Everything Everything have revealed the video to their new single 'Kemosabe'.

The track is the first single proper to be taken from new album 'Arc', and follows on from 'Cough Cough' which was released earlier this year. The 'Kemosabe' video is self-directed and sees the Manchester band performing the track in a forest. Scroll down the page to see the video on NME.COM now.

The Manchester art-rockers will play 13 dates in support of their forthcoming second album, which is due for release on January 14 next year. The LP is the follow-up to the band's critically acclaimed debut record 'Man Alive' and has once again been produced by Bat For Lashes collaborator David Kosten.

Speaking to NME about the concept behind the album, bassist Jeremy Pritchard said that the title predicts the end of the world as we know it. "It has the biggest theme of all: the coming environmental disaster. The arc of the title is the arc of the shape of human civilization – I think we're at the beginning of the downward curve."

'Kemosabe', the second single from the album, which follows on from lead single 'Cough Cough', will be released on January 7.

Everything Everything will play:

Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms (February 6)
Brighton Concorde 2 (7)
Norwich Arts Center (8)
Bristol The Thekla (9)
Cambridge The Junction (11)
Birmingham HMV Library (12)
Oxford 02 Academy 2 (14)
Sheffield Leadmill (16)
Liverpool 02 Academy 2 (17)
Dublin Whelans (18)
Glasgow Oran Mor (20)
Newcastle 02 Academy 2 (21)
Manchester 02 Academy 2 (22)


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