A Winged Victory for the Sullen Premier Dark New Video
Aqualung Mother f*cker receives dark video to coincide with the single + 2020 tour in support of the new album
In November, A Winged Victory for the Sullen released their new LP The Undivided Five via Ninja Tune. Following the release, the duo has announced a huge tour planned for 2020 in support of their 3rd studio album. They will be hitting the UK, Ireland, Netherlands, Germany, Belgium, and the US.
This week they have launched an eerie cinematic video to go with their lead track ‘Aqualung Motherfcker’. The short was directed by Jonas Govaert and stars Nikolai Kinski, son of Werner Herzog muse Klaus Kinski.
“I felt an unusual, but very welcome, a sense of trust when making this short film,” Govaerts said in a press release. “What could’ve been a purely professional assignment, actually felt like a true artistic collaboration, which, to me at least, is rare.”
Check out the music video here:
The tour will commence in late February and will continue until mid-April.
02-20 Amsterdam, Netherlands – De Duif 02-21 Berlin, Germany – Funkhaus 02-22 Münster, Germany – Petrikirche 02-23 Prague – TBA 02-24 Hamburg, Germany – Elbphilharmonie 02-25 Bruges, Belgium – Magdalenakerk 02-26 Bristol, England – Trinity Centre 02-27 London, England – Round Chapel 02-28 London, England – Round Chapel 02-29 Birmingham, England – St Paul’s Church 03-01 Glasgow, Scotland – St Luke’s 03-02 Manchester, England – St Philip’s Church 03-03 Dublin, Ireland – National Concert Hall 03-04 Belfast, Ireland – Rosemary St Church 03-05 Brighton, England – St George’s Church 03-06 Liverpool, England – Road Unitarian Church 03-07 Brussels, Belgium – Begijnhofkerk 03-29 Knoxville, TN – Big Ears Festival 03-31 Brooklyn, NY – Murmrr Theatre 04-01 Philadelphia, PA – Underground Arts 04-04 Montreal, Quebec – Places de Artes 04-08 Chicago, IL – University Church 04-09 Saint Paul, MN – Amsterdam Bar and Hall 04-11 Boulder, CO – Boulder Theater 04-13 Vancouver, British Columbia – St James Community Square 04-14 Seattle, WA – Saint Mark’s Episcopal Cathedral 04-15 Portland, OR – The Old Church 04-16 San Francisco, CA – Grace Cathedral 04-17 Los Angeles, CA – First Congregational Church of Los Angeles 04-20 Austin, TX – Central Presbyterian