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Com Truise Posts Video For Propagation

Thursday, 21 September 2017 Written by Laura Johnson

Com Truise, aka Seth Haley, has shared a video for Propagation.

The song is cut from 'Iteration', his first LP in six years, which was released this summer. The video, meanwhile, was directed by Karrie Crouse and Will Joines, who said:

"Com Truise’s music is so strikingly cinematic; it felt like the images of this woman trapped in her glass cage, and her growing unease, were conjured directly from the song.  We decided to avoid the music video tropes of fast cutting, and coverage from a thousand angles, opting instead for a series of filmic tableaus that would cycle, allowing the audience to breathe with each image, dread seeping into the most domestic of scenes.  We used creeping zooms to hold tension, building the energy and building the energy until…both the song and our heroine break.”

Following a US tour with Nosaj Thing this autumn, Com Truise will play UK and Ireland shows in November. Tickets are on sale now.

Com Truise Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Thu November 02 2017 - GLASGOW Stereo
Sat November 04 2017 - DUBLIN Button Factory
Tue November 07 2017 - BRISTOL THE FLEECE
Wed November 08 2017 - LONDON Oval Space

Click here to compare & buy Com Truise Tickets at Stereoboard.com.





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