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The Arcs issue Chains Of Love live video

The Arcs
A still from the video

The Arcs have released a live video of their track Chains Of Love.

It was filmed at New York’s Bowery Ballroom and shows Black Keys mainman Dan Auerbach’s side-project playing the song which features on Yours, Dreamily – their debut album which was released in 2015.

Auerbach said of the record: “I just wanted to do my thing and get extra weird. I wanted everything to flow and be cohesive. A lot of the songs bleed one into the other, a lot like the Grateful Dead – my favourite records that they did.

“So I’ve got a lot of connected songs. It’s basically everything I love about music all wrapped up into one record – that’s all. It was cut really quick in a week and a half, two weeks of recording with a whole bunch of different people – my favourites.”

The Arcs will head out on the road next month for a North American tour, which includes appearances at Coachella in Indio on April 16 and April 23.

The Arcs 2016 North American tour dates

Apr 11: Vancouver Commodore Ballroom, BC
Apr 12: Seattle The Moore Theatre, WA
Apr 13: Portland Roseland Theater, OR
Apr 15: San Francisco The Fillmore, CA
Apr 16: Indio Coachella, CA
Apr 19: Los Angeles Henry Fonda Theatre, CA
Apr 20: San Diego The North Park Theatre, CA
Apr 22: Pomona The Glass House, CA
Apr 23: Indio Coachella, CA
Apr 25: Denver Ogden Theatre, CO
Apr 26: Lawrence Liberty Hall, KS
Apr 27: St Louis The Pageant, MO
Apr 29: Austin Levitation Festival, TX
Apr 30: New Orleans House Of Blues, LA
May 01: Memphis Beale Street Music Festival, TN
Jul 15: Louisville Forecastle Festival, KY
Jul 22: Oro Medonte Wayhome Music & Arts Festival, ON
Jul 23: Canandaigua CMAC, NY
Jul 28: Chicago Lollapalooza, IL
Jul 29: Montreal Osheaga Festival Musique Et Arts, QC

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