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Alt-electro pioneers Empire Of The Sun have announced plans for an epic UK live show at London’s Roundhouse this October. The date marks the bands first UK appearance since 2013 and going on previous live showings, this will be a date not to be missed.
 
Empire Of The Sun announce London show - ticket details
Only recently we were invited us into their trippy garden of unearthly bliss with the new video for single ‘High & Low’ (see above ^^^), lifted from their forthcoming third studio album, Two Vines.
 
Directed and produced by Empire Of The Sun, the video for ‘High & Low’ is a psychedelic journey through space and time, it is absolutely fabulous and does a pretty stellar job of visualising what the band have consistently provided since their birth back in 2008.
 
Speaking on the new video / album, Nick Littlemore reveals…
 
“Imagination is something that we've always nurtured and promoted and however one achieves that ecstatic madness of being is fine. It can be love to some people, it can be taking a walk in nature, or it can be scaling the heights of a psychedelic experience. As artists we like to live on the edge. I guess this song is about finding some equilibrium there.” 
 
Empire Of The Sun will play:
 
October 13 - Roundhouse, Camden
 
All tickets available through Livemusic. Click here to learn more.
 
Two Vines tracklist:
 
01 Before
02 High and Low
03 Two Vines
04 Friends
05 There’s No Need
06 Way to Go
07 Ride
08 Digital Life
09 First Crush
10 ZZZ
11 To Her Door
 
Empire Of The Sun – Two Vines is released October 28th on Virgin EMI.
Posted 29th September by Thom
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