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Gengahr unveil video for new single ‘Heroine’ – watch

Band get medieval in latest clip

Gengahr have unveiled the video for new single ‘Heroine’

The track, which is the lead single from forthcoming debut album ‘A Dream Outside’, finds the band backing surreal, hallucinogenic imagery. Starting with a sleeping beauty scenario, it soon evolves to cast neon-lit shadows on a vast black backdrop. Eventually the band step in to resume normal service, thrashing away in kaleidoscopic shapes. You can watch the video below.

A Dream Outside’ is released on June 15. The LP was recorded and co-produced with James Bragg at Middle Farm Studios in South Devon.

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The album tracklisting is as follows:

‘Dizzy Ghosts’
‘She’s A Witch’
‘Heroine’
‘Bathed In Light’
‘Where I Lie’
‘Dark Star’
‘Embers’
‘Powder’
‘Fill My Gums With Blood’
‘Lonely As A Shark’
‘Trampoline’

They will be appearing with The Strokes at British Summer Time Hyde on June 18, and at Latitude and Longitude Festivals in July. 

The foursome will then play 13 headline dates this October, starting in Brighton, and including their biggest hometown show so far at London’s Scala.

Gengahr will play:

Brighton Komedia (October 6)
Bristol Exchange (7)
London Scala (8)
Nottingham Bodega (9)
Oxford The Bullingdon (10)
Birmingham Hare & Hounds (12)
Norwich Arts Centre (13)
Cambridge Portland Arms (14)
Manchester Deaf Institute (16)
Leeds Wardrobe (17)
Glasgow King Tuts (19)
Newcastle Think Tank (20)
Sheffield The Harley (21)

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To check the availability of Genghar tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/tickets now, or call 0844 858 6765.



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