Gang of Four this week dropped the third music video from their new album ‘Content’: a glitchy, revved-up collage of effects and images set to ‘Who Am I,’ the third single off the current record. The new video was filmed in London this summer and directed by bandmember Andy Gill.
Gang of Four today unveiled the second music video filmed for its new album ‘Content’: a moody, live performance clip for the slow-burner ‘It Was Never Gonna Turn Out Too Good.’ Watch it here.
Gang of Four wrapped up its recent North American tour — in support of the band’s first all-new studio album in more than 15 years — in Los Angeles this week, and while the, er, gang was in L.A., they recorded a 40-minute live set for KCRW.
With their U.S. tour now underway, U.K. postpunk legends Gang of Four stopped by ‘The Late Show with David Letterman’ last night to crank out their current single ‘Never Pay for the Farm,’ off the band’s just-released album ‘Content.’
This week’s new releases include ‘Content,’ the first album of new material from Gang of Four in more than 15 years, and ‘Shot Live at the 100 Club,’ a CD/DVD chronicle of The Godfathers’ 25th anniversary concert in London last summer.
With their first all-new studio album in 15 years due out in two weeks, reunited post-punk icons Gang of Four this morning debuted the music video for their single ‘Never Pay for the Farm.’
Gang of Four this week teased fans with a free three-track digital EP of unreleased material, including a re-recorded version of ‘Glass’ off the band’s 1979 debut ‘Entertainment!’ Download it here.
Gang of Four will support its first all-new studio album in more than 15 years — ‘Content,’ due out on Jan. 25 on Yep Roc Records — with a 13-date North American headlining tour in February, the band announced on Wednesday.
Post-punk survivors Gang of Four have unleashed the first taste of ‘Content’ — the band’s first all-new studio album in more than 15 years — in the form of ‘Never Pay for the Farm.’