We Have Band have revealed a sinister new video for latest track 'Where Are Your People?'. Directed by the esteemed Alex Turvey of Colonel Blimp, this vibrant clip was premiered on The Guardian at the start of the week.
With a tip of the cap to Jodorowsky's 'The Holy Mountain', the video witnesses We Have Band embark on a ritualistic sacrifice of the self image through their wax effigies.
This is the latest track to be taken from forthcoming second album 'Ternion', set for release next Monday 30th January via Naive.
'Ternion Sample' features album track 'Watertight', an acoustic version of 'What's Mine, What's Yours' (from the iTunes deluxe album download) and an alternative version of 'Where Are Your People?' (from the bonus disc of the album, 'Ternion Aside' on the iTunes LP).
The remix EP of 'Where Are Your People?', out 5th February, features reworks of the album's lead track from some of the most exciting producers around today, including fast rising house star Eats Everything, pioneering electronic duo Walls, South coast disco specialists :Kinema:, new techno kids on the block Aashton & Swift and Tom WHB's own remix. The original download EP of the single, featuring covers of The Horrors and Washed Out, is out now.
A stylistic leap on from their debut album, 'Ternion' is an intensely personal, uplifting yet melancholic album with Word praising the band for their 'impressive command of musical atmospherics, sustaining a dark industrial heaviness over the whole record' and Q comparing it to the likes of 'White Lies and SCUM'.
In February, the band will also set off on tour, starting at Cargo in East London on the 15th, the band will take in Manchester, Birmingham, Bristol, Brighton, Glasgow and Dublin before heading to the continent to play dates in France, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Spain, Benelux, Sweden and beyond.