Marble Arch‘s new album Children Of The Slump is out this week on Géographie.
A few months ago, we introduced you to Marble Arch, the French shoegaze band fronted by Yann Le Ravazet. A few days before the release of their sophomore album, the Parisians have decided to follow up on “I’m on my way” with a brand new track, “Gold”. Cold and dreamy, this second single comes with a stunning cinematographic clip directed by Margot Truttin et Constance Sorel in which the five friends bring us in the 13th district of the French capital. Surrounded by huge concrete towers forming a link between earth and sky, they stroll through all these grey paths and lines and conduct their daily routine with joy and complicity. The video was also made in collaboration with Hedi Slimane and St Laurent fashion brand. Watch below.
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