Funeral For A Friend share ‘Pencil Pusher’ video – watch

The band release their new album 'Chapter and Verse' on January 19

Funeral For A Friend have shared the video for their new song ‘Pencil Pusher’, which is taken from their forthcoming album, ‘Chapter and Verse’.

The follow-up to 2013’s ‘Conduit’ will be the Welsh rockers’ seventh LP and comes out on January 19. It was produced by Lewis Johns (Gnarwolves, Goodtime Boys). Click above to watch the video for the new track, of which singer Matt Davies says: “It’s a song about frustration, about letting the little things get to you, building gradually over time before you explode in a hail of fury and fire and blood.”

The band will embark on a headline tour in support of the album later this month. They will play:

Bristol The Fleece (January 15)
Birmingham Institute (16)
Manchester Gorilla (17)
Glasgow King Tuts (18)
Newcastle Riverside (19)
Leeds University (20)
London Electric Ballroom (22)
Southampton 1865 (23)

The ‘Chapter and Verse’ tracklisting is:

‘Stand By Me For The Millionth Time’
‘You’ve Got A Bad Case Of The Religions’
‘Pencil Pusher’
‘You Should Be Ashamed Of Yourself’
‘1%’
‘After All These Years… Like A Lightbulb Going Off In My Head’
‘Modern Excuse Of A Man’
‘Inequality’
‘Brother’
‘Donny’
‘The Jade Tree Years Were My Best’

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