LONG-STANDING COLLABORATOR MOSS WORKS WITH BRITISH BAND ON ‘SINCE WE WERE KIDS’.
Arthur Beatrice are proud to unveil the video for their new single, Since We Were Kids.
The video, directed by the band’s long-term collaborator, the influential British artist/designer Kate Moross, coincides with and celebrates the release of the band’s new album, Keeping The Peace, out today via Harvest Records.
Watch Since We Were Kids here
Moross – along with Keeping The Peace’s art director, Anthony Gerace – deconstructs the album’s aesthetic, piecing it back together to create a starkly beautiful and abstract film, lending itself perfectly to the atmosphere and ambience of Arthur Beatrice’s most striking and entrancing song to date.
Keeping The Peace is a bold and powerful return for the London foursome; co-produced by Matt Wiggins at London’s iconic Church and Pool studios, it’s a record that defies easy categorisation, aided by Ella Girardot’s delirious vocal operatics. You can buy the album by clicking here or stream here.
Taking full advantage of their burgeoning creative partnership with London Contemporary Orchestra throughout Keeping The Peace proves an inspired, but deft, touch. In a contemporary pop climate of excess at all costs,
Arthur Beatrice have managed a rare feat: an album that feels simultaneously grand, yet still intimate; grandiose yet hushed.