Australian rocker Gang Of Youths shared the music video for their newly released track ‘Unison’.
The music video shows police officer Dave Le’aupepe roaming a beach littered with debris, before reuniting with his bandmates for the song’s final chorus.
Watch the clip below:
‘Unison’ removed from Gang Of Youths’ Surprise EP ‘Total Serene’, arrived last Friday (July 16). The three-track collection also includes a cover Elbow‘s ‘Asleep In The Back’ and their previously released single, ‘The Angel of 8 Ave. ‘.
Talking to NME about ‘The Angel of 8th Ave.’, Le’aupepe said the song is about “falling in love and finding a new place with that person”.
“That’s my story, but we wanted it to be like a broader love and two big cities that played an important role in my life and my wife’s,” he said.
“There is always poetry with love in the big city, and the city is like a microcosm of the global human experience wherever it is.”
Gang Of Youths will be doing their new EP on tour next month when they kick off series of intimate dates in the UK. In addition to appearances at London’s All points east festival and Manchester’s neighborhood weekend, they will perform title shows in Bristol, Brighton, Nottingham and Glasgow.
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