Two Fifty Four

VIDEO: 2:54 – Sugar

Two Fifty Four

One of the UK’s exciting new bands, 2:54 -sisters Hannah and Colette Thurlow- have unveiled the video for their new single ‘Sugar‘, taken from their self-titled debut album released in May on Fiction. Ahead of their September tour with the XX and slew of high-profile summer festival dates including Reading, Leeds and Bestival they debut this nocturnal visual feast, directed by buzz new director, Georgia Hudson. For the fan-favourite track that’s become known as the band’s ‘dancefloor tune’, a classic, club-dwelling promo was in order, capturing the notorious intensity of a 2:54 live show.

It has been one hell of a year for 2:54 so far, following the release of their album in May the band completed an acclaimed full US tour, as well as their biggest ever headliner at London’s legendary Scala venue. Catch 2:54 in action at the XX shows, or at one of their various of UK festival dates this summer.

 

 

UPCOMING LIVE DATES
7 / 27                        CAMP BESTIVAL, DORCHESTER
24/8                          LEEDS FESTIVAL, LEEDS
26/8                          READING FESTIVAL, READING
8/ 19                          BEACONS FESTIVAL, NORTH YORKSHIRE
8/ 31                          END OF THE ROAD FESTIVAL, SALISBURY
9/04                           ADMIRALPLAST, BERLIN*
9/06                           CIRQUE D’HIVER, PARIS*
9/ 07                           BESTIVAL, NEWPORT
9/10                            SHEPHERDS BUSH EMPIRE, LONDON*
9/11                           COAL EXCHANGE, CARDIFF*
9/12                           USHER HALL, EDINBURGH*
9/17                            BITTERZOET,  AMSTERDAM
9/18                            GEBAUDE 9, COLOGNE
9/19                            HALL (EX-TEUFAL), HEIDELBERG
9/20                            REEPERBAHN FESTIVAL, HAMBURG
* WITH THE XX

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