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Michael Nau And The Mighty Thread Unveil When Video Ahead Of Album Release

Tuesday, 31 July 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Michael Nau and the Mighty Thread have released a video for When, a new track from their eponymous LP.

The follow up to last year's 'Some Twist' and its extension, 'The Load' EP, will arrive through Full Time Hobby/Relearn To Boogie on August 3, and it marks the first time Nau has put out a record with a full band. The song, meanwhile, follows previously shared singles from the record, Less Than Positive, Funny In Real Life, You You and On Ice. Discussing the clip, band drummer and director Graeme Gibson said:

"The video is just a bunch of old (public-domain) home movie footage that I liked and I’ve been trying to assemble in different ways. Good people moments. I found that editing visuals is a bit different than audio so I enlisted the help of an experienced documentary editor Emilee Booher to put the footage to good use."

The band have also confirmed a string of UK and European shows and festivals in September. Tickets are on sale now.

Michael Nau and the Mighty Thread Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Mon September 24 2018 - BRISTOL Louisiana
Tue September 25 2018 - MANCHESTER Gulliver's
Wed September 26 2018 - LONDON Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen

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