Hookworms Share Video for New Song “Each Time We Pass” (Feat. Alice Merida Richards)

Microshift Due Out February 2 via Domino

Jan 31, 2018
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Britain's Hookworms are releasing a new album, Microshift, this Friday (February 2) via Domino. Previously they shared videos for its first two singles, "Negative Space" and "Static Resistance." Now they have shared a video for another new song, "Each Time We Pass." The song features guest vocals from Alice Merida Richards of Virginia Wing. Sam Wiehl directed the video, which features sculptured heads as they move around. Watch it below.

The band issued the following statement about the song: "This track was the first time we have ever truly collaborated with an artist external to the band, in the most modern sense of the word. It was an extremely rewarding experience and it is one of the only Hookworms songs where I can happily stand back and admire it as it had been written by another band."

Microshift is the band's third album and the follow-up to 2014's The Hum. Whereas their previous two albums were built off the band's live sound, the new one is more of a studio affair. But the band's studio was devastated during the River Aire floods in Leeds in the winter of 2015. Thanks to a GoFundMe campaign and help from volunteers the studio was rebuilt and the album was recorded.

Hookworms' MJ (all the members just go by their initials) had this to say about the album in a previous press release: "All of our records are to an extent about mental health. Largely this is an album about loss but also about maturing, accepting your flaws and the transience of intimacy."

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