I Am Kloot unveil video for new single 'Hold Back The Night' – watch I Am Kloot Tickets

The track will appear on the band's forthcoming album produced by Elbow's Guy Garvey and Craig Potter

I Am Kloot unveil video for new single 'Hold Back The Night' – watch
I Am Kloot unveil the video for new single 'Hold Back The Night' – and you can see it exclusively on NME.com.

The track comes from the Manchester trio's forthcoming album 'Let It All In', which is due in January 2013. The album – the band's sixth – is produced by Elbow's Guy Garvey and Craig Potter.

Speaking about the album earlier this year, singer Johnny Bramwell said that the producers are a natural choice: "Outside of the three members of the band, Craig and Guy know what is Klootish and what isn’t Klootish better than anyone."

He added:

"It’s the third time we’ve worked with Craig and Guy but the process of doing this LP is different from the last one. 'Sky At Night' was a beautiful lullaby of a record and it brought us a lot of new listeners, but people kept talking about the orchestration. I kept thinking, Fucking hell, man, it’s about the songs, not the xylophones! The idea behind this album is to show that our songs can work when they’re stripped down, much like our first LP."

'Hold Back The Night' is due for release on November 5, and the band have arranged three shows the same month.

I Am Kloot will play:

Preston 53 Degrees (8 November)
Salford St Paul's Church (9)
London Islington Assembly Hall (20)


To check the availability of I Am Kloot tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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