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Death From Above Release Caught Up Video

Wednesday, 14 February 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Death From Above have posted a video for Caught Up.

The track features on the duo's third album, 'Outrage! Is Now', which was released in September through Last Gang/eOne. 

Check out the Eva Michon-directed visual below.

Death From Above will support At The Drive In on their upcoming European tour, which kicks off on February 22 in Italy and includes dates in London, Newcastle, Birmingham, Manchester, Dublin and Glasgow.





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