SLOWDIVE SHARE NEW VIDEO “DON’T KNOW WHY”

SLOWDIVE PRESENT VIDEO FOR “DON’T KNOW WHY” (DIR. GRANT SINGER) VIA APPLE MUSIC

WATCH IT HERE VIA APPLE MUSIC:

https://itunes.apple.com/nz/music-video/dont-know-why/id1294265680?app=music&mt=5&ign-mpt=uo%3D4

PRAISE FOR SLOWDIVE:

“The new self-titled album by Slowdive updates its ethereal, dreamlike sound, sharpening the tone established on early records like “Souvlaki,” which was first released in 1993.”The New York Times

“You could call the new album a comeback, except the latest iteration of Slowdive feels more resonant than what fans first heard in the early ’90s. They’ve evolved as musicians, and the new songs’ sophistication reflects that.”Los Angeles Times

“Slowdive didn’t leave behind three perfect albums. They’ve released four.”Stereogum, #2 in “The 50 Best Albums Of 2017 So Far”

“This is a huge rarity, that a band could come back with a collection that feels worth every year that fans spent waiting for it.” Consequence of Sound, #2 “Top 25 Albums of 2017 (So Far)”

“Slowdive is the bath of eddying guitar squalls fans have held out hope for since the ’90s, proof that talent and chemistry might wear, but they never truly fizzle.”Vulture, “The Best Albums of 2017 (So Far)”

Slowdive are pleased to share their new video for Slowdive cut “Don’t Know Why.” Directed by Grant Singer (The Weekend, Lorde, Ariana Grande) and starring Autumn Shelly, Duke Nicholson, and Daciana the Dog, the video is presented in three parts: “This video is less about logic and more about a feeling. It’s a triptych about memory, about being lost and abandoned,” says Singer. “Slowdive has been my favourite band since I was a kid. To say that making this video was surreal would be an understatement.

Their music has been this gift—this friend that stays with me always and gets better over time. Hearing their new album left me speechless. So having the opportunity to make something for them is an honor that I don’t take for granted.”

Slowdive’s self-titled album, released this past spring on Dead Oceans to universal acclaim, was their first new record in 22 years. It garnered a slew of praise from the likes of The Guardian, The Times, The Financial Times, Pitchfork and much more

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