Half Moon Run
Unveil Heston L’Abbé Directed Video
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Montreal’s Half Moon Run are pleased to unveil the visuals for their new single “I Can’t Figure Out What’s Going On,” taken from their acclaimed second album ‘Sun Leads Me On.’
Directed by Heston L'Abbé, renowned for his VFX work on films including Dallas Buyers Club, Wild and Demolition (2016), the video is an obscure look into a non-linear live performance, locked inside an ever-changing house.
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Half Moon Run said of the video, “This video was shot in the same place that we initially wrote it, a place that has inspired a lot of the music on both of our albums. Both the song and the video remind us of some of our most pleasant times writing together.”
Director Heston L'Abbé said of the process, “The band came to me with ideas about psychedelia/the fluidity of space and time, and I've always been a fan of the Surrealists and how they work in the subconscious dream space – manipulating symbols and archetypes to imbue chaos with meaning.”
The Montreal quartet will return to the UK in March 2016 for a run of eight dates, including their biggest show yet at The Roundhouse in London on 23rd March.
Spring 2016 - UK Tour Dates:
14th March – All Saints Church, Brighton
15th March – Anson Rooms, Bristol
17th March – The Academy, Dublin
18th March – Albert Hall, Manchester
19th March – QMU, Glasgow
21st March – O2 Academy, Liverpool
22nd March – O2 Institute, Birmingham
23rd March – The Roundhouse, London
Tickets for all UK dates are available through: www.halfmoonrun.com/tour
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