The Clientele’s Music For The Age Of Mircales’ for the Age of Miracles’ has been lauded by music critics and fans all over the world. Today the band released the reflective video for ”The Neighbour”.
Directed by Andy Willsher and shot on Super 8, the video for “The Neighbour” was filmed in London neighborhoods where the band spent much of their youth.
“We filmed around Lea Bridge Road and the Hackney Marshes. We lived there in the late ’90s when the area was the last stop on the line before homelessness and there were dead bears in the river, pushed in by traveling circuses. It’s now a hipster enclave but at night it’s still deserted, so we shot as the sun went down around warehouses and empty yuppie flats, along the River Lea and Millfields Park, in an attempt to copy the end scenes of The Eclipse by Antonioni. The band performance was shot in a house near Finsbury Park, where we were joined by Anthony Harmer on guitar and vocals and Sebastian Millett on cello.”
The Clientele will be hitting up the US for a slew of shows coming up in support of ‘Music for the Age of Miracles’:
?Oct 31? Toronto, ON – Great Hall
?Nov 02? Washington, DC – Rock & Roll Hotel
?Nov 03? Philadelphia, PA – Boot & Saddle
?Nov 04? Boston, MA – The Sinclair
?Nov 05? Brooklyn, NY – The Bell House
?Nov 07? Chicago, IL – Subterranean
?Nov 09? Seattle, WA – Neumos
?Nov 10? Portland, OR – Mississippi Studios
?Nov 12? San Francisco, CA – The Chapel
?Nov 14? Los Angeles, CA – Teragram Ballroom
?Mar 15? London, UK – The Scala