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The Slow Readers Club release ‘All I Hear’ video

The Slow Readers Club have released the music video for the first track from their upcoming fourth album, The Joy of the Return. ‘All I Hear’ is a thrilling and catchy track that neatly sets the tone for the band’s forthcoming LP.
The new album will follow-up from the critically acclaimed, Top 20 album Build a Tower. While the band rests from their monumental 2019, a year which included a 32-date European tour, the release of ‘All I Hear’ hyped up their fans.
The newly-released video has also got people talking. Here, the band perform amid an animated 3D representation of a six-sided parabola, which started life as a paper sculpture by Ruth Pestell. The result is an immersive background that pulsates and intensifies along with the track’s infectious and immersive climax.
“It was great to work with our friend and visual collaborator Chris on this video,” say the band. “Seeing the graphics from the album come to life around us was a really cool experience. Can’t wait to see what people make of it.”
The Joy of the Return by The Slow Readers Club will be out on 20th March via Modern Sky UK. Check out the music video for ‘All I Hear’ below!

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Even after their mega tour last year, The Slow Readers Club show no sign of stopping. The band will embark on an extensive tour throughout the UK and EU in March, April and May, including shows in Edinburgh, Birmingham, Bristol and London’s Electric Ballroom. Full dates can be found below, and you can grab tickets here.

23/03 – King George’s Hall, Blackburn
24/03 – The Sage 2, Gateshead
25/03 – The Liquid Room, Edinburgh
27/03 – O2 Academy, Liverpool
28/03 – O2 Institute 2, Birmingham
29/03 – The Globe, Cardiff
30/03 – Thekla, Bristol
01/04 – Pyramids Centre, Portsmouth
02/04 – Concorde 2, Brighton
03/04 – Electric Ballroom, London
04/04 – Rock City, Nottingham
06/04 – Junction, Cambridge
07/04 – Foundry, Sheffield
08/04 – Beckett University, Leeds
09/04 – Pyramid & Parr Hall, Warrington

13/04 – Bitterzoet, Amsterdam
14/04 – Trix Hall, Antwerp
16/04 – Luxor, Cologne
17/04 – Poligamie Festival, Dresden
19/04 – St. Pauli Rock Café, Hamburg
20/04 – Vega, Copenhagen
21/04 – Nalen, Stockholm
22/04 – John Dee, Oslo
24/04 – Musik & Freiden, Berlin
26/04 – Café V Lese, Prague
27/04 – A38, Budapest
29/04 – Culture Factory, Zagreb
30/04 – Papiersaal, Zurich
02/05 – Mare Culturale, Milan
03/05 – Montluçon, Le Guingois
05/05 – Supersonic, Paris

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