Warpaint tease collaboration with director Chris Cunningham, plus longer version of 'Love Is To Die' Warpaint Tickets

The LA band play four shows in the UK this month

Warpaint have issued a 95 second teaser video for new track 'Love Is To Die' and revealed details of a new audio-visual project with director Chris Cunningham – click above to watch.

The Los Angeles band previewed 30 seconds of new song 'Love Is To Die' as part of a new Calvin Klein advertisement last week. The track featured in their set at End Of The Road festival on August 31.

The group tweeted the video yesterday (October 7), with a message saying "we can't wait to share our new music with you." The YouTube post linked to in the tweet reveals that British director Chris Cunningham, known for his work with Aphex Twin and Madonna, has been working with the group for two years as they record the follow-up to 2010's 'The Fool'.

It reads: "In addition to capturing imagery [Cunningham] also reimagined the songs themselves, creating beautiful and exciting alternate versions to soundtrack the visuals. The resulting documentary is something that only could have come from this unique meld of talents. The above teaser gives a little glimpse of what's in store."



Warpaint make their UK live return in a run of four shows in Glasgow, Manchester and London in October. They will also play Leeds in February.

Warpaint will play:

Glasgow ABC (28)
Manchester Academy (29)
London Brixton Academy (30)
Leeds Academy (February 19, 2014)


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