White Moth Black Butterfly – featuring Daniel Tompkins of TesseracT and Keshav Dhar of Skyharbor – have released a video for their track Tempest. Watch it above.
It appears on upcoming album Atone, which arrives on September 1 via Kscope, and follows 2014 debut One Thousand Wings.
The promo was shot in the wilds of the Loch Lomond And The Trossachs National Park in Scotland – and it tells the second part of a two-part story, with the first part remaining untold to date.
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Tompkins explains: “Rather than present them in order, we believed it would add to the magic of the story by allowing Tempest to surface first.
“The story has a medieval and fantasy based theme. We couldn’t have achieved it without the assistance of Duncarron Medieval Village and the Clanranald Trust, who styles our costumes – and performed in the prequel that we’re yet to announce.”
A behind-the-scenes feature can be seen on the Kscope website. Atone is available for pre-order now.