video premiere: civil twilight “holy dove”

    feeling free

    by · June 30, 2015

    In the Daniel Gomes-directed video for South African band Civil Twilight’s “Holy Dove,” a dancer performs mesmerizing fluid motions throughout Los Angeles—beginning on a subway platform and ending outside LACMA’s Urban Light installation. “One of the themes in ‘Holy Dove’ is that of seeing things from a completely unique perspective and seeing something that few others see,” says Civil Twilight. “You may look crazy, but are you really? In this video, we are playing around with the idea of being possessed by freedom and being unafraid to express it in the world. It is not safe or popular or common, but it is liberating.”

    Civil Twilight’s latest album, Story of An Immigrant, comes out July 10, and you can catch them this summer at the dates below.

    July 12 at Radio 104.5 Block Party (with Nate Ruess and MS. MR.) in Philadelphia, PAJuly 16 at 3rd & Lindsley in Nashville, TNJuly 21 at Jammin Java in Vienna, VAJuly 22 at Bowery Ballroom in New York, NYJuly 23 at LC Pavilion (with Cake, Matt & Kim, Bear Hands, and more) in Columbus, OHJuly 24 at Upstate Concert Hall (with The Gaslight Antehm, Cake, Airborne Toxic Event, and more) in Clifton Park, NYJuly 25 at Canalside Buffalo with WLKK (with Cold War Kids) in Buffalo, NYJuly 27 at Rivoli (with Delta Rae) in Toronto, ONJuly 28 at Grog Shop in Cleveland, OHJuly 31 at Turf Club in Minneapolis, MNAugust 1 at Shank Hall in Milwaukee, WIAugust 3 at Slowdown (with Lord Huron) in Omaha, NEAugust 6 at Black Sheep in Colorado Springs, COAugust 7 at Larimer Lounge in Denver, CO

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