Ganglians' new single 'Bradley' is taken from their most recent album 'Still Living', which is out now through Souterrain Transmissions. Still Living, the band's second album, was released in August 2011 and followed on from their debut, 'Monster Head Room', which was released in May 2010.
The video for Bradley clocks in at six minutes. The lush melody accompanies lingering shots of a pretty brunette, and more abstract shots of crumbling, falling down buildings and trees, all shown in black and white, or a dreamy purple colour.
To promote their recent album Still Living, Ganglians embarked on a European tour that saw them play two dates in London and Brighton at the end of September. Their album - which won't disappoint fans of their haunting, psychedelic sound - has garnered them comparisons to Fleet Foxes and The Drums, among others. The album was produced by Robbie Moncrieff, who is well known for his work on Dirty Projector's second studio album 'Bitte Orca'.
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