Brighton feminist electro-punk trio CLT DRP are pleased to reveal an atmospheric new video for their latest single I Kill For Nothing, which is out now via Small Pond Records.
Riding high on a surge of radio support from BBC Radio One, BBC 6Music, Radio X, Amazing Radio, BBC Introducing, and more, the darkly atmospheric track shows yet another side to their highly experimental and diverse output, and is the latest to be taken from their startling debut album Without The Eyes, released via Small Pond Records on 28th August 2020.
Commenting on the single, front woman Annie Dorrett says: “I Kill For Nothing is a self-reflective ballad about unraveling the parts of yourself that you hate and the consequences it has on the world and people around you.”
Alongside the news, the band are also pleased to announce their first live date for 2021, with an appearance at Burn It Down Festival alongside Dinosaur Pile Up, Palm Reader, Hacktivist, Phoxjaw and more.
The trio also recently announced a rescheduled run of UK headline tour dates for September 2020. Tickets are on sale now, subject to change.
They will perform at Network 2 in Sheffield on September 22nd.