Video of the Moment #2242: Arrows of Love

By on Tuesday, 13th December 2016 at 6:00 pm
 

Last Friday, Arrows of Love released a new single. ‘Beast’, out now on Tape Records, is as formidable as they come. However trust the punk / art rock collective’s frontwoman Nima, who tells it like it is, describing the accompanying promo to the song this way:

The footage is from an old 70’s recording of an Iranian Dervish dancing around the desert in his stone garden. We fell in love with this guy. It was amazing watching how his mystic dance went so perfectly alongside this music, each section almost perfectly choreographed, across the decades in a way he would never have known. If we were getting deep we could talk about connections thru time and space, and the one-ness of it all. But we won’t. It’s just a video man.

The single has been released ahead of their sophomore album ‘PRODUCT’, whose public unveiling is yet to be seen. Seeing that the LP’s making was funded by the prestigious PRS Foundation Momentum Music Fund, we’re definitely on the edge of our seats for it. Watch the video for ‘Beast’ below. To catch up on more of TGTF’s coverage on Arrows of Love, go here.

[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4tlxFxq5opA[/youtube]

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