Noah And The Whale unveil video for new single 'There Will Come A Time' – watch

The band's new album, 'Heart Of Nowhere', is set for release on May 6

Noah And The Whale have unveiled the video for their new single, 'There Will Come A Time'.

The track is the first song to be taken from the band's new album, 'Heart Of Nowhere'. Click above to watch the video.

The video for the song also serves as the trailer for the short film directed by frontman Charlie Fink that accompanies the release of the album. The film Heart Of Nowhere will screen around the album's release on May 6.

The album, which is their fourth effort in the last five years, was recorded in West London's British Grove Studios.

Ahead of the album's release, the band start a four-week residency at Palace Theatre in London's West End. Titled 'A Month Of Sundays', the residency will see the band play the venue on April 28, May 5, May 12 and May 19. For more information, see Noahandthewhale.com.

They will also play a handful of other shows across the UK this summer, including appearances at Liverpool Sound City, Hay-On-Wye Festival and Wilderness Festival.

Noah And The Whale play:

Bournemouth O2 Academy (April 27)
London Palace Theatre (28)
Bexhill De La Warr Pavillion (May 1)
Liverpool Sound City (2)
Warwick Arts Centre (4)
London Palace Theatre (5)
London Palace Theatre (12)
Manchester Opera House (13)
London Palace Theatre (19)
Hay-On-Wye Festival (23)
Wilderness Festival (August 11)


The 'Heart Of Nowhere' tracklisting is:

'Introduction'
'Heart Of Nowhere'
'All Through The Night'
'Lifetime'
'Silver & Gold'
'One More Night'
'Still After All These Years'
'There Will Come A Time'
'Now Is Exactly The Time'
'Not Too Late'


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