The Black Angels Share New Video For “Currency”

The Black Angels share new video for “Currency”

Watch at Billboard HERE

UK / EU Tour Dates

Praise for new album “Death Song”

“A menacing return to form”The Observer ****
“a classic bad-trip album”The Times ****
“thumpingly grand psych”Classic Rock 8/10
“a grim sense of hopelessness certainly pervades The Black Angels’ comeback”Mojo
“the feel is desolate, doomed and desperate”Record Collector
“a combination of garagey psych and doomy VU-with-Nico grandeur” Uncut
“as head-spinning as you might expect” Louder Than War
***** – Shindig!

The Black Angels have shared a twisted new music video for “Currency”, the lead single off their latest album ‘Death Song’ (out now on Partisan). The clip follows a day in the life of a dollar bill, from the hands of an elementary schooler to a drug lord’s den to a politician’s desk. Watch here via Billboard:

“Currency” is a strong contender for the band’s heaviest cut yet, meditating on the role the government and monetary system plays in our lives. The scorching track earned raves everywhere from Bob Boilen at NPR to Jon Pareles at the NY Times, who called it “an old-fashioned apocalypse”, and the new record has scored some of the best press of their career – big looks from Rolling Stone, Vice Noisey, Mojo, Uncut, Guardian, Times, Record Collector, Drowned In Sound, Clash, the Quietus, Shindig!, Louder Than War, Loud & Quiet and more…

Talking of the video, lead singer Alex Maas comments; “The concept came from a day in the life of a dollar bill. Our video artist Bob Mustachio came up with the idea. It was meant to follow a “cursed bill” over the course of a day or so. Ari Guerrero and Dallas Cloud produced and co-directed with Bob.”


01 – Primavera Sound – Barcelona, Spain
03 – La Sirene – La Rochelle, France
04 – Art Rock Festival -Saint Brieuc, France
06 – Mascotte – Zurich, Switzerland
07 – Latteria Molloy – Brescia, Italy
08 – Locomotiv – Bologna, Italy
10 – Primavera Sound – Porto, Portugal
11 – This is Not A Love Song – Nimes, France

06 – Piraeus Academy – Athens, Greece
07 – Principal Club– Thessalonik, Greece
09 – Tavastia – Helsinki, Finland
11 – Debaser Strand – Stockholm, Sweden
12 – Parkteatret – Oslo, Norway
13 – Pumpehuset – Copenhagen, Denmark
15 – Muziekgieterij – Massricht, Netherlands
18 – Venue Les Docks – Lausanne, Switzerland
19 – AB Ballroom – Brussels, Belgium
20 – Paradiso – Amsterdam, Netherlands
22 – Forum – London, UK
23 – Liverpool International Festival of Psychedelia – Liverpool, UK
25 – SWG3 – Glasgow, UK
26 – Institute 2 – Birmingham, UK
27 – Trinity – Bristol, UK
29 – La Cigale – Paris, France
30 – Luxor – Cologne, Germany

01 – Colombiatheatre – Berlin, Germany

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