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Employed To Serve tear it up in Void Ambition video

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Employed To Serve have released a new video for their track Void Ambition.

It’s the first song on the band’s new album The Warmth Of A Dying Sun, which came out in May via Holy Roar Records.

The video for Void Ambition includes footage captured at the UK outfit’s album release shows in London and Brighton from earlier this year.

It’s been released to coincide with the band’s set at the 2000 Trees festival at Upcote Farm near Gloucester and Cheltenham on July 6-8.

Speaking about the follow-up to 2015’s Greyer Than You Remember, vocalist Justine Jones tells Metal Hammer: “The first album will always be special to me, of course, but this album is so much better.

“I like playing it more – it’s more challenging. We’ve played the first album’s songs for a couple of years, so we’re very comfortable with them now. It’s nice to constantly push yourself.”

The full interview with Employed To Serve can be found in the new edition of Metal Hammer magazine which is out now.

You can also read Metal Hammer, Classic Rock and Prog free online with a TeamRock+ subscription.

Employed To Serve are have live dates planned across the UK over the coming weeks with Milk Teeth and Wallflower.

Find a list of their tour dates below.

Employed To Serve 2017 UK tour dates

Jul 07: Cheltenham 2000 Trees
Jul 27: Birmingham The Flapper
Jul 28: Manchester The Star & Garter
Jul 29: Sheffield The Plug
Jul 30: Glasgow King Tut’s
Jul 31: Leeds The Key Club
Aug 01: Norwich Epic
Aug 02: Nottingham Bodega
Aug 03:Southampton Joiners
Aug 08: London Borderline
Aug 19: Bristol ArcTanGent festival

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