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Black Peaks Unveil Trippy New Video For Fate I

The band will tour with Enter Shikari early next year.

Black Peaks have released a video for the track Fate I, taken from our recent Album Of The Week, All That Divides.

The video was shot on tour in the UK and Europe, with direction and editing by photographer Sam Lees. 

The song was inspired by some people watching’,” explains frontman Will Gardner, and observing examples of humanity’s lack of empathy, and self-obsession, especially in terms of how we treat the environment. Digging deeper, the song questions whether we are at a turning point where we can change our mindset and realise that we, as humans, don’t own’ the world. Much like a lot of the album, we we’re keen to create a bit of a journey’, and while the song comes from a place of sadness and anger, the chorus also has a undertone of hope and optimism.”

Check out the video below.

The band will support Enter Shikari on their extensive tour early next year. Catch them – and Palaye Royale – at the following venues: 

January

11 Nottingham Rock City
12 London Brixton Academy
13 Leicester O2 Academy
15 Llandudno Venue Cymru
16 Liverpool O2 Academy
18 Bristol O2 Academy
19 Southend Cliffs Pavillion
20 Norwich UEA
23 Glasgow Barrowlands
24 Aberdeen Beach Ballroom
25 Inverness Ironworks
26 Preston Guildhall
28 Northampton Roadmender
29 Southampton Guildhall
30 Cambridge Corn Exchange

February

1 Birmingham O2 Academy
2 Leeds O2 Academy
3 Manchester Academy
4 Newcastle O2 Academy

Posted on November 2nd 2018, 8:00p.m.
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