New music to listen to this week: Steven James Adams

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Roisin O'Connor
Wednesday 20 January 2016 16:20
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Steven James Adams
Steven James Adams

Steven James Adams has released the video for his song 'Togetherness', and you can watch the exclusive premiere here in The Independent.

Directed by Liam Nolan, the video stars Adams and artist Dan Hillier, depicting two men in chemical warfare suits wandering through the woods to result in a rather unsettling dystopian theme.

Adams was the former songwriter, singwriter and guitarist for Cambridge rock group Broken Family Band, but you'd be hard put to hear any similarities in his new material.

He said of his new album Old Magick and his work with producer Dan Michaelson: "We worked in a bubble. Michaelson wanted to make a record that sounded like me, not me trying to do something I don't normally do."

Old Magick is released on 4 March 2016, with the UK tour beginning on 12 March at Hope & Ruin in Brighton.

March 2016

12 Brighton, Hope & Ruin

14 Bristol, Louisiana

15 Cardiff, The Moon Club

16 London, St Pancras Old Church

17 Manchester, The Eagle Inn

18 Glasgow, Hug & Pint

19 Gateshead, Central Bar

20 Leeds, Fox & Newt

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