Nordic Giants have unveiled the thought-provoking short film, entitled Year Zero, for their majestic new single ‘A Thousand Lost Dreams’, taken from the highly acclaimed debut album A Séance Of Dark Delusions released earlier this year through Kscope.
he stark poignancy of ‘A Thousand Lost Dreams’ soundtracks the bleak apocalyptic Eastern-European collapse portrayed in Year Zero, directed by Mischa Rozema. The stunning film delivers a heavy hitting message of environmental and political turmoil fitting the penetrative musical collisions of Nordic Giants.
Nordic Giants embark on their latest UK headline tour this month entitled 7 Depths Of Consciousness. The seven-date tour will begin at The Plough Arts Centre, Torrington on November 11th, call at London’s Hoxton Hall on November 12th and finish at The Old Market, Brighton on November 18th. The elusive duo will also visit Manchester, Nottingham, Leeds and Bristol.
The imposing live presence of Nordic Giants became a word-of-mouth sensation on their previous sold-out headline tour earlier this year, which saw the band ignite London’s Village Underground with their illustrious short films of charming animation, dark stories and twisted comedic sentiments.
Now Nordic Giants have expanded their ever-evolving live show into an even more emotive and captivating experience. The band will be premiering brand new short films from acclaimed directors and unleashing reworked/remixed songs taken from their previous releases and debut album A Séance Of Dark Delusions.
The enigmatic Nordic Giants provoke a wondrous spectacle that bombards the senses in an intense and gripping experience. On the 7 Depths Of Consciousness tour, Nordic Giants call upon the awareness of man to bring to light the hopes of human discoveries and the dark political and environmental questions that surround them. A full list of Nordic Giants tour dates can be found below:
NORDIC GIANTS TOUR DATES
11/11 – The Plough Arts Centre, Torrington
12/11 – Hoxton Hall, London
14/11 – Victoria Warehouse, Manchester
15/11 – The Contemporary, Nottingham
16/11 – Belgrave Music Hall, Leeds
17/11 – The Thekla, Bristol
18/11 – The Old Market, Brighton
“They are in their element on stage, combining the grandeur of their music with short films, and making creative use of the live space for a full immersive experience.” – Metro
“Sound and visuals collide impressively… their inspired mix of sorcery and secrecy makes for a potent and highly original spectacle.” – Classic Rock
“They make a sound as if they were Sigur Ros’s more epic, cinematic and majestic siblings” – The Guardian
“The cascading piano, bombastic chords and military beats deal a magnificent bodyblow” – The Quietus
“Nordic Giants sweep you off of your feet with monolithic walls of noise. It's wholly dramatic, operatic rock, with the group opting for torrents of strings, chiming keys, percussion, waves of distortion and a plethora of embellished sounds. Nordic Giants summon a whole new world to transport you to, and they've no intention of letting you leave.” – Line Of Best Fit