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Gengahr Unveil Video For Before Sunrise

Wednesday, 07 February 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Photo: Mahaneela

Gengahr have posted a video for Before Sunrise, the lead single of their upcoming sophomore LP.

'Where Wildness Grows', the follow up to 2015's 'A Dream Outside', will arrive on March 9 via Transgressive Records. 

The video, meanwhile, was filmed in Casablanca by director Jamie Whitby and features teenage moped gang the Anfa Riders. Speaking about it, Whitby said:

“This one's super special for me - the culmination of multiple trips to Morocco and months of WhatsApp chats in very dodgy French trying to convince the Anfa Riders to let this weird guy from London come and shoot with them. Huge thanks to the the guys  for having us and a big shout out to our local fixer Karim El-Amri and my amazing tiny crew - Sorcha, Jack, and Ruben - who somehow made it all happen in one of the maddest cities in the world.”

Alongside the video, Gengahr have announced the second edition of their Gengahr Gallery, following the 2015 debut event. The exhibition will run between March 14 and 20 at A-Side B-Side in Hackney, London and will feature original artwork from the band’s bassist Hugh Schulte, alongside pieces from members of Slaves, Alt-J, Toothless and Puppy.

The London-based quartet will follow up the record's release with a UK tour, which will include a show at KOKO in London. Check below for dates.

Gengahr Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Sat April 21 2018 - NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE Think Tank?
Sun April 22 2018 - LEEDS Brudenell Social Club
Mon April 23 2018 - GLASGOW King Tuts Wah Wah Hut
Tue April 24 2018 - MANCHESTER Manchester Gorilla
Thu April 26 2018 - BIRMINGHAM Hare and Hounds
Fri April 27 2018 - NOTTINGHAM Rescue Rooms
Sat April 28 2018 - BRISTOL Thekla
Sun April 29 2018 - SOUTHAMPTON Joiners
Mon April 30 2018 - CAMBRIDGE Portland Arms
Wed May 02 2018 - BRIGHTON Haunt
Thu May 03 2018 - LONDON KOKO
Fri May 04 2018 - CARDIFF Globe

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