Premiere: Get lost in the hazy, surreal new video for Suburban Haze's Keepsake

Premiere: Get lost in the hazy, surreal new video for Suburban Haze's Keepsake

The Newcastle group wrap up their Aus' tour next week.

Newcastle-based post-punk outfit Suburban Haze have followed up their recent two-track EP Silent with a video clip for one of the songs, Keepsake featuring the vocals of singer/songwriter Rachel Maria Cox. The song itself is a bit of a departure for the band (no distortion here!), and the clip finds the band in some kinda surreal, old school movie, but with witches, and other stuff. It's hazy and surreal, not unlike the track itself, and you can check it below. Plus if you're in Adelaide you can catch 'em live on the last show of their current Aussie tour, playing Metro bar with Post-war and Hideous Men.

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