London four-piece The King’s Parade have shared the visuals for their latest single, ‘Mistakes’.
Taken from group’s recently released EP, Mad, the ‘Mistakes’ video depicts the haunting and emotional story of a man roaming a deserted beach, using a metal detector to uncover various objects to spark the memory of a past love – check it out below.
Speaking about the concept behind the video, frontman Olly Corpe said: “The video explores how a past choice can haunt someone later in life. We wanted to push this idea to the extreme, blurring the boundaries between reality and fiction throughout the narrative to create a surreal atmosphere. I think that filming the video in one continuous shot helped to make the transitions between fact and fiction uncannily seamless, while simultaneously magnifying the raw emotions of the protagonist.”
Last night, The King’s Parade kicked off their headline UK and Europe tour in support of the Mad EP – check out the full list of tour dates below:
12/04 – Barcelona, Razzmatazz
19/04 – Paris, Le 1999
20/04 – The Hague, Paardcafe
24/04– London, Borderline
26/04 – Leeds, Headrow House
27/04 – Brighton, Marwood
26/05 – Essen, Weststadthalle Essen
27/05 – Hamburg, Nochtwache
29/05 – Berlin, Maze
30/05 – Munich, Zehner
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