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Mallory Knox Share Video For Giving It Up

Wednesday, 09 November 2016 Written by Laura Johnson

Mallory Knox have shared a video for their new single, Giving It Up.

The track is cut from the Cambridge quintet's third album, 'Wired', which is due out March 10, following which they will head out on a UK tour. They will call in Bristol, Cardiff, Norwich, Birmingham, Sheffield, Cambridge, Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Newcastle, Liverpool, Portsmouth and Oxford, before finishing things up with two nights at London's KOKO on April 5 and 6.

Speaking about the video, vocalist Mikey Chapman said: 

“The video focuses on the addiction to technology, the fact it brings people much closer together and yet so much further away at the same time. Self-worth at an all time low in the real world and happiness faked to the max in our new digital one. The way we seek solutions for our deeper problems with shallow, short term remedies that never fill the void.”

Mallory Knox Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Mon March 20 2017 - BRISTOL O2 Academy Bristol
Tue March 21 2017 - CARDIFF Tramshed
Wed March 22 2017 - NORWICH Nick Rayns LCR
Fri March 24 2017 - BIRMINGHAM O2 Institute
Sat March 25 2017 - SHEFFIELD Leadmill
Sun March 26 2017 - CAMBRIDGE Corn Exchange
Tue March 28 2017 - ABERDEEN Garage
Wed March 29 2017 - EDINBURGH Liquid Room
Fri March 31 2017 - NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE University
Sat April 01 2017 - LIVERPOOL O2 Academy Liverpool
Sun April 02 2017 - PORTSMOUTH Pyramids
Tue April 04 2017 - OXFORD O2 Academy Oxford
Wed April 05 2017 - LONDON KOKO
Thu April 06 2017 - LONDON KOKO

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