BROKEN HANDS Release New Video for ‘Friends House’
The Canterbury rock band have unveiled the creepy visuals for their 2018 track Friends House.
Since the release of their critically acclaimed debut album Turbulence, Broken Hands have signed to Atlantic Records, released two new singles, done a UK headlining tour and are about to embark on a tour with Shinedown in the US. Whereas single Split In Two got an October video release, Friends House had to wait until 2019 for the music video treatment.
The video for Friends House features a woman trying to escape an abandoned house full of creepy children and other horrors. As front man Dale Norton explains:
Friends House is all about a false sense of security and the director Sam Kinsella took that theme and put it inside this mad derelict house on a cliff edge…
The theme certainly comes across in the video and features a nauseating end.
Broken Hands are about to play Great Escape Festival in Brighton on May 11th before embarking on a US tour in June and July.