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Up and coming multi-national rock act BLUES PILLS has released the fourth video trailer for their upcoming album, Lady In Gold (out August 5), which the band answers a short and fun Q&A.

If you missed the fist or second trailer, watch the videos below:
First Trailer – talking about the title of the record and its meaning
Second Trailer – talking about the autobiographic nature of the record’s lyrics
Third Trailer – Talking about how things have changed since the release of their globally praised debut album

Recently, the band had released the official music video for the brand new first single and title track of their upcoming second album. The video was directed by Johan Bååth (AVATARIUMDREGEN) who is best known for his work with cult director Jonas Åkerlund (THE ROLLING STONES, U2, MADONNAOZZY OSBOURNE, METALLICA) and shot by well known BACKYARD BABIES drummer Peder Carlsson.

Watch “Lady In Gold” on the Nuclear Blast YouTube channel!

“We shot the video for ‘Lady in Gold‘ in Stockholms skärgård (what is like an old castle) with the amazing team around Johan Bååth,” commented singer Elin Larsson. “The idea behind the video is to visualize the ‘Lady in Gold’ in all the different ways she can come. She can be that beautiful young woman or a scary old witch. It was a lot of fun and super exciting to jump into these different roles and characters. The whole team did a great job and it was a pleasure to work with all these talented people. Clothes and design was made by Anna Bonnevier and make up and hair by Cecilia Lidén. We all hope you will enjoy the video.”

BLUES PILLS - cd art - 4-22-16Lady In Gold is now available for pre-order. The album will be available in various formats:
– Vinyl (black, gold, clear, bone, hot pink)
– Vinyl Nuclear Blast Mailorder only (orange, yellow, lilac/neon pink bi-colored, clear+green/orange splatter)


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