‘A band to fall in love with’ NME | “Gengahr have an eye for the fantastic” DIY >>>>> Gengahr formed at school in North London in 2013. Their debut album, A Dream Outside, saw them secure multiple playlists across Radio 1, 6Music and Radio X, pick up a number of dazzling reviews and play numerous stunning shows alongside the likes of Wolf Alice, Alt-J and Circa Waves and play to packed tents at both the Glastonbury and Reading & Leeds festivals. >>>>> Gengahr have shared the stunning animated video for Mallory (which you can check out below), the latest single to be taken from their highly-anticipated new album, Where Wildness Grows, out 9th March 2018 on Transgressive Records. The video has been directed by fast-rising creative Dan Jacobs, who previously worked with the band on the animated visual for Carrion, the first cut to be lifted from their long awaited follow up. Discussing the process of working with Dan, the band said: We’re all big fans of Dan Jacobs; we felt the elegant and colourful nature of his videos would harmonize with our music. The process of working together has been really easy. We discussed the colour palettes we thought would complement the sentiment of the song and then left it up to him to interpret the lyrics into a visual form as he saw fit. The end product is really loose vibrant and fun.” Mallory is currently receiving regular airplay on Radio 1, 6Music and Triple J, whilst also being heavily supported at Spotify and Apple Music internationally. With the band currently out on tour in Europe supporting Jungle, news has also been shared of their own upcoming UK headline dates - including a milestone show at London’s Koko. Where Wildness Grows was recorded in London during summer 2017 by acclaimed producer Neil Comber (Glass Animals, M.I.A, Songhoy Blues) and follows their much-acclaimed debut, A Dream Outside. WHERE WILDNESS GROWS OUT FRIDAY MARCH 9TH 2018 ON TRANSGRESSIVE RECORDS.

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