At The Drive-In have released a new video for their track Call Broken Arrow.
It’s the latest material to come from the band’s latest album in•ter a•li•a which arrived in May via Rise Records – and their first since 2000’s Relationship Of Command.
The video was once again directed by Rob Shaw and acts as a prequel to At The Drive-In’s Hostage Stamps promo which was released in early April.
Shaw says: “In Hostage Stamps we have a prisoner being tortured and monitored by some sort of authoritarian organisation. The guys wanted to show why he was imprisoned, as well as cast doubt over his innocence.
“It’s funny how in stories, especially film stories, you tend to sympathise with whoever you spend time with. When you watch someone being mistreated, the assumption is that person is the victim.
“Call Broken Arrow is in part about illustrating the prisoner’s culpability, but even that is in doubt as we see the Watcher character who follows him around slipping something in his drink at the end.”
At The Drive-In are about to embark on a European and UK tour which gets under way in Austria on August 17. Find a full list of their live dates below.
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At The Drive-In 2017 tour dates
Aug 17: Sankt Polten Kelsengasse, Austria
Aug 22: Sesto San Giovanni, Italy
Aug 23: Munich Tonhalle, Germany
Aug 25: Leeds Festival, UK
Aug 26: Boulogne Rock En Seine, France
Sep 28: Melbourne Festival Hall, Australia
Sep 29: Moore Park Hordern Pavilion, Australia
Sep 30: WollongongYours & Owls Festival, Australia
Oct 02: Eatons Hill Hotel And Function Centre, Australia
Nov 13: Cardiff Motorpoint Arena, UK
Nov 14: Reading Riverbed, UK
Nov 20: London Alexandra Palace, UK
Nov 21: London Alexandra Palace, UK
Nov 22: London Alexandra Palace, UK
Nov 24: Glasgow SSE Hydro, UK
Nov 26: Dublin 3Arena, Ireland
Nov 28: Bournemouth International Centre, UK
Nov 29: Brighton Centre, UK