Belgian band HOAR unveil bewitching video for debut ‘Venice Of The North’

Belgian newcomers of HOAR recently released a promising debut single ‘Venice of the North’. Today, the Brussels-via-Ghent quartet unveil a self-directed bewitching video to go with it. Watch it below.

The video follow up to the release of ‘Venice of the North’ back in April. About this debut single, the band detailed:

‘Venice of the North’ is a murder ballad about an unreconcilable love and the desperation that comes with it. We approached it in an eclectic way, trying to create something dark, mysterious and build up slowly as the narrator lures his love into death, before taking his own life.

The concept of the video, that HOAR created themselves, perfectly fit the tensions and oppositions of the track. The dancers are executing a sensual and dangerous choreography in front of a prisonner, desperate viewer. Watch ‘Venice Of The North’ below:

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