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Baroness share video for atmospheric new single Seasons

Baroness (Image credit: Jimmy Hubbard)

Baroness have released a video for their new single Seasons.

It’s the second track taken from their upcoming album Gold & Grey, which is set to arrive on June 14 via Abraxan Hymns and follows Borderlines (opens in new tab) which debuted last month.

The new video was shot as the band recorded the album in guitarist John Baizley’s basement studio in Philadelphia, and shows behind-the-scenes footage from the album sessions.

Speaking about the follow-up to 2015’s Purple, Baizley says: “The term I kept using was that I wanted to create something that was more kaleidoscopic than our former records.

“We were trying to say something new with our instruments, with our sound intact, with the spirit of the band intact, but not applying the typical conventions when possible.”

Speaking previously, Baizley praised his bandmates for sparking his creativity on the record, saying: “I consider myself incredibly fortunate to know drummer Sebastian Thomson, bassist Nick Jost and guitarist Gina Gleason as both my bandmates and my friends. They have pushed me to become a better songwriter, musician and vocalist.

The band are currently wrapping up their co-headline shows with Deafheaven and Baroness will head out on tour across the US and South America this summer (opens in new tab).

Baroness: Gold & Grey
1. Front Toward Enemy
2. I’m Already Gone
3. Seasons
4. Sevens
5. Tourniquet
6. Anchor’s Lament
7. Throw Me An Anchor
8. I’d Do Anything
9. Blankets Of Ash
10. Emmett-Radiating Light
11. Cold Blooded Angels
12. Crooked Mile
13. Broken Halo
14. Can Oscura
15. Borderlines
16. Assault On East Falls
17. Pale Sun

Baroness: Gold & Grey (opens in new tab)
Baroness return with their brand new studio album Gold & Grey. The follow-up to 2015's Purple contains 17 tracks, including the lead singles Borderlines and Seasons.

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