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Northlane release new music video for ‘Citizen’

NORTHLANE have released a brand new music video!

The new music video, for the track Citizen, is the latest glimpse into new material from the Australian metallers. Citizen follows from the previous new single, Intuition, which was revealed as a surprise for fans during the band’s headline set at UNIFY 2017. The new song was recorded by David Bendeth (BRING ME THE HORIZONA DAY TO REMEMBER etc) at his studio in New Jersey whereas the video was filmed by Jason Eshragian. Speaking about the new song, guitarist Josh Smith says,Citizen is a song that was written about the first world police state and our willingness to live under the watch of those in power, for their means, while those who blow the lid on it suffer, writing this one was quite a mission – it took a lot of work but we are proud of it and beyond excited to share it with you all.”

Watch the official music video for Citizen here:

The band will spend 2017 appearing at festivals across the globe, festival dates are as follows:

Friday 9th June – Download Festival, UK
Sunday 11th June – Download Festival, France
Monday 12th June – La Chabada, France
Friday 16th June – Graspop, Belgium
Sunday 18th June – Hellfest, France
Monday 19th June – Pont Rouge, Switzerland
Tuesday 20th June – Colos Saal, Germany
Wednesday 21st June – Tower, Germany
Friday 23rd June – Jera On Air, Netherlands
Saturday 24th June – With Full Force, Germany
Sunday 25th June – Randal Club, Slovakia
Monday 26th June – Zaklete Rewiry, Poland
Tuesday 27th June – U Bazyla, Poland
Thursday 29th June – Garage, Germany
Friday 30th June – Kellerklub, Germany
Saturday 1st July – Vainstream Rockfest, Germany
Sunday 2nd July – Dissonance Festival, Italy
Monday 3rd July – Conrad Sohm, Austria
Tuesday 4th July – Airport Germany
Wednesday 5th July – Rock For People, Czech Republic
Friday 7th July – Resurrection, Spain

For more information on NORTHLANE like their official page on Facebook.

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