Glass Vaults have just released the video for the title track of their brand new album Sojourn, which has premiered over on Clash Music. The video was directed by Berlin based film maker Ryan Feilding, shot over a summer in NZ it includes blissful live footage from the bands trip to Camp A Low Hum (as well as the all-important supermarket trip surrounding it).
"I bought a new guitar when was in New York. This was the first song I wrote on it, and it kind of just came out of it. I was listening to a lot of Paul Simon's Graceland at the time. I think I said at the time, this song is going to be my Graceland. We were on tour in New York and it was hot! The video was directed by Ryan Feilding, a New Zealand film maker currently living in Berlin. Sojourn video is a homage to Graceland, New Zealand summers and camp a low hum music festival at which parts if it were filmed." - Richard Larsen of Glass Vaults explains.
Along with the video, Glass Vaults have announced a six-date New Zealand Tour - starting off this very Friday at Auckland's Golden Dawn Tavern Of Power:
GLASS VAULTS TOUR DETAILS
Fri July 3rd, GOLDEN DAWN, Auckland Sat July 4th, COROMANDEL ILLUME AFTER PARTY, Coromandel Sat July 9th, DARKROOM, Christchurch (solo show) Fri July 10th, SHERWOOD, Queenstown (solo show) Sat July 24th, THE STOMACH, Palmerston North Sun July 25th, SECRET VENUE, Wellington
The pre-order we set up to fund the vinyl pressing of Sojourn was a total success, so pressings are going ahead!