The third single from Deaf Havana’s new LP ‘All These Countless Nights’, the long-awaited follow up to 2013’s ‘Old Souls’ is here, in the form of ‘Fever’ – a dramatic and aching track that begs for some slow motion video footage.
As it happens, the video is the third part of a story shot in Monterrey Mexico, following on from ‘Sing’ and ‘Trigger’, and there’s lots of slow motion as the band explore the songs themes. “They all shared and underlying theme of feeling alienated and out of control” explains James on why those particular tracks were chosen as the trilogy, and a theme which gives fans an insight into what the album ‘All These Countless Nights’ will sound like upon it’s release on the 27th of January.
“Travelling to Mexico and shooting with the guys was such an amazing experience, being so far away from home and out of our comfort zone really leant itself to the lyrical content of the songs and they ended up being the best music videos we have ever been a part of.” he continues, revealing the exploration undertaken by the band for their next release.
‘All These Countless Nights’ is released on the 27th of January via Silva Screen Records.