Beirut share surreal video for new song ‘No No No’ – watch

Zach Condon and co release their fourth album in September

Beirut have shared a new music video for their track ‘No No No’, which was unveiled earlier this month.

Zach Condon and his band recently confirmed details of their upcoming album of the same name. They will release their fourth album on September 11, having signed to 4AD (the home of The National, Grimes, Ariel Pink and more). The album arrives four years after 2011’s ‘The Rip Tide’ and was recorded over two weeks in New York last winter.

SEE MORE: Album Review: Beirut – ‘The Rip Tide’


Check out the slightly surrealist clip for ‘No No No’ now, which features Condon performing live before their instruments mysteriously proceed to transform into various random objects. Watch below.

Condon recently revealed that the new album was inspired by a nervous breakdown he experienced in 2013 when he divorced his former wife, as well as by his current romantic relationship. “I had completely broken down and my body was making me pay for it,” Condon said in a statement. “For the first time in my life, I was facing extreme self doubt. I had hit rock bottom. Having a positive presence like [his new girlfriend] both provides a healthy guiding force and shines a light on all the negative things in your life. I definitely wouldn’t be where I am now without her.”

Beirut will tour in support of the release of ‘No No No’, playing a one-off London gig at O2 Academy Brixton on September 24. Other forthcoming live dates have been announced in the US, Canada, Belgium, Holland, Germany and France.

‘No No No’ tracklist:

‘No No No’
‘At Once’
‘August Holland’
‘As Needed’
‘So Allowed’


Beirut were formed by Santa Fe multi-instrumentalist Zach Condon in 2006. They released debut album ‘Gulag Orkestar’ later that same year, following it with ‘The Flying Club Cup’ in 2007, before ‘The Rip Tide’ in 2011.