Young Knives return with unsettling new video for ‘Red Cherries’

Young Knives press photo

Young Knives have shared their first new music in four years, following the 2015 EP ‘Something Awful’ and highly acclaimed 2013 album ‘Sick Octave’. New track Red Cherries emerges as quite possibly their most experimental work to date, accompanied with an intense video that puts bassist and vocalist Tom Bonsu-Dartnall front and centre of a brooding and unsettling scene.

Tom sings something about cherries and the fading of the light. He’s in a darkened room, maybe a basement, with his head in a vice. About Red Cherries he says, “It is a lament to something all used up. The song is a simple melody set to a repeating scream and wild jazz drums.”

Watch the video for Red Cherries via YouTube below.

Red Cherries is available now to download and stream here.

The band have also announced their first London headline show since 2014, set for November 25th at The Lexington. Tickets are on sale this Friday October 11th at 10am. Young Knives are also headlining a stage at this month’s Ritual Union festival.

19th Oct – Ritual Union festival, OXFORD, UK Tickets
25th Nov – The Lexington, LONDON, UK Tickets