Haggard Cat

Haggard Cat Spent 24 Hours in a Concrete Box for ‘European Hardware’ Video

Never ones to release a boring music video, Haggard Cat spent 24 hours of their lives trapped in a concrete box. You can see four and a half minutes of it in their video for new single ‘European Hardware’.

 

 

The video is a statement on frustrations over the current political climate from a band who hope to highlight important movements like Extinction Rebellion and make a real change. Speaking of the video, vocalist and guitarist Matt Reynolds has said:

“Just over a month ago, we sealed ourselves in a concrete catacomb for 24 hours. The video itself documents the whole thing, it’s all real, we actually stayed in there for the duration and live-streamed the whole thing, it was hell! We did this to visually represent what we’re talking about in the song, in order to hopefully get a few more of you talking about how detrimental the current political path we’re on will be to every one of us (well, those of us who aren’t billionaires or millionaires working for the billionaires).”

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Haggard Cat release their forthcoming album, Common Sense Holiday on March 13th 2020. They head out on tour supporting InMe in January. Dates are below:

Jan 18 Southampton, The Joiners
Jan 19 Bridgwater, Cobblestones
Jan 20 Cheltenham, Frog & Fiddle
Jan 21 Swansea, The Bunkhouse
Jan 22 Stafford, Redrum
Jan 23 Chester, The Live Rooms
Jan 24 Leicester, Academy 2
Jan 25 Milton Keynes, Crauford Arms
Jan 26 London, Boston Music Room

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