These New Puritans premiere ‘Hidden Live’ video & give away free live track

Thames Estuary based experimentors These New Puritans have premiere’d their new ‘Hidden Live’ video & are giving away free live trac. All music arranged by Jack Barnett, video directed by George Barnett. Watch the video below and grab a free mp3 of ‘Hologram’ live from their website

These New Puritans consist of twin brothers George and Jack Barnett, their friend Thomas Hein and assorted other instrumentalists. They have released two albums on Domino/Angular Records, 2008’s Beat Pyramid and 2010’s highly acclaimed Hidden.

The group’s ‘Hidden Live’ shows at the end of last year drew an exhilarating close to a triumphant 2010. Conducted by Andre de Ridder (Monkey : Journey To The West, Philharmonia, BBC Symphony Orchestra), this ambitious production featured a 14 piece orchestra and a children’s choir, and wowed audiences across Europe, including sold out shows at The Barbican in London and The Pompidou Centre in Paris. This stunningly shot split screen film is the encore from ‘Hidden Live : Berlin’, featuring ‘Irreversible’ and ‘En Papier’ reworked.

TNPS first shows of 2011, details as follows:

Final HIDDEN LIVE show

6/7 May – SOS Festival, Murcia ES


18 May – Heaven, London

Featuring an expanded band line-up – playing music old, new and current (

Support at this show will come from ‘Nedry’ (

“Inspired by the sounds of The Knife, Mike Patton, Battles and Bjork, combined with the pulsing rhythms of dubstep music, Nedry are a three piece electronic/instrument/rock/dance collision hailing from North East London making music for the ‘post generation’.”

5 June – Karma Love Music Festival, Beijing, China (

3 July – Open’er Festival, Poland (

7 July – Les Ardentes Festival, Belgium (

8 July – La Machine Du Moulin Rouge, Paris ( //

16 July – Melt Festival, Germany (


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