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NEWS: Woman’s Hour stream brand new video

WH_Gullick5Seven days in advance of its official release as their next single, Woman’s Hour have streamed a brand new video of a live version of ‘In Stillness We Remain’. The video – shot in London’s Rag Factory by acclaimed director and cinematographer Hopi Allard – captures all the ethereal beauty of the song. Taken from the band’s assured début album Conversations, ‘In Stillness We Remain’ oozes subtle finesse as Fiona Burgess‘ voice floats effortlessly over the song’s shimmering pop melody.

On the 23rd of September Woman’s Hour embark on a nine date tour of the UK to support the single and album’s release before heading off for further shows in Europe and Scandinavia.

Forthcoming live dates:

September 23rd – Village Underground, London, UK

September 24th  – The Cellar, Oxford, UK ** new venue

September 25th  – Hare & Hounds, Birmingham, UK

September 26th  – Belgrave Music Hall, Leeds, UK

September 27th  – Deaf Institute, Manchester, UK

October 14th  – The Exchange, Bristol, UK

October 15th  – Stealth, Nottingham, UK

October 16th  – King Tut’s, Glasgow, UK

October 17th  – East Village Loft, Liverpool, UK

October 18th Cardiff  – DimSwn @ Buffalo Bar ** new date

October 21st  – Molotov Exil, Hamburg, Germany

October 22nd  – Berghain Kantine, Berlin, Germany

October 24th  – Paradiso, Amsterdam, Netherlands ** new venue

October 25th  – Botanique Witloofbar, Brussels, Belgium

October 28th  – Vanguard, Oslo, Norway

October 29th  – Lilla Hotellbaren, Stockholm, Sweden

 October 30th  – Ideal Bar, Copenhagen, Denmark

November 11th  – Festival Les Inrocks, Paris, France [w / Lykke Li]

‘In Stillness We Remain’ is released on 22nd September 2014.

Conversations is out now on Secretly Canadian

(Photo credit: Steve Gullick)

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