The Hidden Cameras' new single, 'Do I Belong?', is available on their fifth and recent album, 'Origin:Orphan', which was released in 2009 via Canadian independent label Arts & Crafts.
The video for 'Do I Belong?' features lead singer and director Joel Gibb waking up in a bed with two men, before getting dressed in a shirt and tie before showing him at a party, with people tearing a sleeve off his jacket and dancing around him. The video ends with Joel leaving his house and getting on his bike.
The Hidden Cameras were formed in 2001, and have released five albums so far; their first three, 'Ecce Homo' (released in 2001); 'The Smell of Our Own' (released in 2003) and 'Mississauga Goddam' (released in 2004) were released on Canadian label EvilEvil, while 'Awoo' (released in 2006) and 'Origin:Orphan' were released through Arts & Crafts. The Hidden Cameras also released an EP in 2004, entitled 'The Arms of His Ill', which was released on Californian label 'Absolutely Kosher'. Joel also has an art exhibition at The Residence Gallery in London throughout July.
The Hidden Cameras have announced a series of dates over the summer, which are as follows:
28 July Emmaboda Festival, Emmaboda, Sweden
30 July Indietracks, Derbyshire, UK
14 August Sonorama, nr Madrid, Spain
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