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The National Share Hey Rosey Video Ahead Of I Am Easy To Find Tour

Wednesday, 09 October 2019 Written by Helen Payne

The National have shared the video for Hey Rosey.

Taken from their latest album, ‘I Am Easy To Find’, the clip was directed by Mike Mills and showcases the dancer Sharon Eyal moving in an industrial area as a continuation of Alicia Vikander’s character from the LP’s accompanying short film, which Mills also worked on.

The Ohio band will tour the record across Europe and the UK this autumn and winter, performing in Brighton, Leeds, Cardiff and Nottingham in December with support from Jenny Lewis. They’ll then head to Australia and New Zealand in 2020 with support from Phoebe Bridgers.

The National Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Sat December 07 2019 - BRIGHTON Centre
Sun December 08 2019 - LEEDS first direct Arena
Mon December 09 2019 - CARDIFF Motorpoint Arena Cardiff
Tue December 10 2019 - NOTTINGHAM Motorpoint Arena Nottingham

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