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Grimes Shares Video For New Single Violence

Thursday, 05 September 2019 Written by Jon Stickler

Photo: Eli Russell Linnetz

Grimes has shared a new song.

Violence comes with a dramatic self-directed video and features DJ and producer i_o, while serving as the latest preview of the Canadian artist's upcoming album 'Miss_Anthrop0cene'. The follow up to 2015's 'Art Angels' is expected later this year.

The shimmery, ethereal track follows the previously shared We Appreciate Power, which came out in late 2018, as well as a demo for the track Pretty Dark.

Head below to view the video, which sees the singer performing choreographed dance moves alongside a group of dancers in front of a Grecian-themed backdrop.

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