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Savages reveal new film ‘SHUT UP’

SAVAGES and filmmaker GIORGIO TESTI collaborated to create a film to accompany Savages’ song ‘SHUT UP’.
Commencing with singer JEHNNY BETH intoning the SILENCE YOURSELF statement-of-intent from the front cover of the band’s debut album, the film has been premiered today by Dazed Digital and can be seen right now below. ‘SHUT UP’ is taken from SAVAGES’ forthcoming debut album SILENCE YOURSELF, which is released on 6th May on Matador / Pop Noire records.:

Today, SAVAGES are also announcing their next London headline show at THE MINISTRY OF SOUND on Thursday 9th May, with tickets going on sale at 9.30am on Friday 19th April from
Continuing their search for different ways of performing music, SAVAGES chose to curate their next London event at THE MINISTRY OF SOUND, an intentionally unusual choice of venue for a guitar band – with one of the best QUADROPHONIC sound systems in the world. Happening the week of their album release, this intimate show will be placed all around the musicians to encourage total IMMERSION and make this experience even more unusual and exciting. The whole evening will be curated by SAVAGES, with films, DJ sets and special composed support slot from the band’s producer JOHNNY HOSTILE.

SAVAGES will also be on tour throughout May. The full set of tour dates are:

Savages Live, May 2013

1st Queen’s Social Club, Sheffield, UK
2nd SWG3, Glasgow, UK
5th Arts Centre, Norwich, UK
7th Bodega, Nottingham, UK
8th Old Fire Station, Bournemouth, UK
9th Ministry Of Sound, London, UK
13th Botanique-Orangie, Brussels, Belgium
15th Melkweg, Amsterdam, Netherlands
16th Geb9, Cologne, Germany
17th Lido, Berlin, Germany
19th Zoom, Frankfurt, Germany
20th Kinski, Zurich, Switzerland
23rd Primavera Sound Festival, Barcelona, Spain
25th Field Day Festival, London, UK

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