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SikTh have released the video for their new single 'The Aura', taken from their latest album The Future In Whose Eyes? which is out now via Snapper Music imprint Millennium Night

The new video, already confirmed as Scuzz TV’s Spankin’ New Video Of The Week, was directed by SikTh’s own Mikee W Goodman.

"The Aura was initially lyrically inspired by a day I spent with a magical being," he explains. "It then spiralled into dreamscape memories and reflections. I tried to bring this out in the music video. The shadows of dancers appear now and then which is a direct link to the chorus lyrics. The rest of the story is told through one actress playing the flower being role. All this is intercut with band footage."

Check out 'The Aura' here: https://youtu.be/oZ5e2Xjy93s

[For an MP3 or WAV of 'The Aura' please email hannah@holdtightpr.com]

The single coincides with their imminent headline tour, where they will be joined by special guests Devil Sold His Soul and Press To MECO. The six-piece will also perform their 2006 album Death Of A Dead Day in full at their show at London's prestigious KOKO.

Full dates for the tour are as follows:

02.12.2017 - Manchester, Academy 3
03.12.2017 - Glasgow, Garage
04.12.2017 - Birmingham, Institute
06.12.2017 - Bristol, SWX
07.12.2017 - Brighton, Concorde 2
08.12.2017 - London, KOKO
13.12.2017 - Belfast, Empire Music Hall*
14.12.2017 - Dublin, The Bowery*

*SikTh only

Tickets are available here: www.sikth.band/tour

On Friday 1st December a brand new deluxe digital edition of The Future In Whose Eyes? will be released. This new version features the addition of 6 exclusive bonus tracks including three live tracks recorded at 2017’s Arctangent Festival, two re-imagined tracks from the original album plus an instrumental track, as well as alternative cover artwork.

Pre-order the deluxe digital The Future In Whose Eyes? here: http://smarturl.it/TFIWEdeluxe

For further information:
www.sikth.band
https://www.facebook.com/sikthofficial
https://twitter.com/sikthofficial

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