ICYMI: The Black Angels share video for "I’d Kill For Her" / UK tour dates in September

ICYMI: The Black Angels share video for "I’d Kill For Her" / UK tour dates in September

The Black Angels share video for “I’d Kill For Her”

Watch the video at Consequence of Sound HERE

Sept UK Tour dates + Liverpool Psych Fest headline show

New album “Death Song” out now on Partisan Records

““She was so loaded/ and mesmerizing,” go the lyrics. “I had to follow/ Her black horizon.” It’s that sort of ominous attraction that makes the bleeding visuals of the “I’d Kill For Her” video such a perfect match — even if the origin of the clip was far less sinister.”

– Consequence of Sound


Photo credit: Sandy Carson
The Black Angels have shared a video for their latest single ‘I’d Kill For Her’, at Consequence of Sound. Produced by Phil Ek (Father John Misty, Fleet Foxes, The Shins), the band’s new album ‘Death Song’ features some of the heaviest music these psych-rockers have ever put to wax – slow-burning, menacing fuzz meditating on the realities of society and devotion. On “I’d Kill For Her,’ lead singer Alex Maas steps inside of the mind of a man driven by the belief that there’s beauty in brutality.

Watch the video

See The Black Angels live in the EU / UK this September
(Supported by A Place to Bury Strangers)

6 Sept – Piraeus Academy – Athens, Greece
7 Sept – Principal Club– Thessalonik, Greece
9 Sept – Tavastia – Helsinki, Finland
11 Sept – Debaser Strand – Stockholm, Sweden
12 Sept – Parkteatret – Oslo, Norway
13 Sept – Pumpehuset – Copenhagen, Denmark
15 Sept – Muziekgieterij – Massricht, Netherlands
18 Sept – Les Docks, Lausanne, Switzerland
19 Sept – AB Ballroom – Brussels, Belgium
20 Sept – Paradiso – Amsterdam, Netherlands
22 Sept – Forum – London, UK
23 Sept – Liverpool International Festival of Psychedelia – Liverpool, UK
25 Sept – SWG3 – Glasgow, UK
26 Sept – Institute 2 – Birmingham, UK
27 Sept – Trinity – Bristol, UK

29 Sept – La Cigale – Paris, France
30 Sept – Luxor – Cologne, Germany
01 Oct – Colombiatheatre – Berlin, Germany

Praise for Death Song
“A menacing return to form” – The Observer
“A classic bad-trip album” – The Times
“A combination of garagey psych and doomy VU-with-Nico grandeur” – Uncut
“A grim sense of hopelessness certainly pervades The Black Angels’ comeback” – Mojo
“The Black Angels will blow your mind.” – Clash
“Their strongest collection to date… stunning” – The Quietus
“Thumpingly grand psych from Texan longhairs” – Classic Rock 8/10
“Death Song is a doomy yet soaring listen” – Louder Than War
“Written and recorded during the Trump election cycle, the feel is desolate and doomed” – Record Collector
“Their best record yet” – Shindig! *****


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ICYMI: The Black Angels share video for "I’d Kill For Her" / UK tour dates in September