Wet Nuns release video for single, named as one of NME’s tip-offs for 2012
aaamusic | On 13, Jan 2012
Death-blues punk red-necks from the deep South (of Yorkshire), WET NUNS unveiled their new single ‘Heavens Below’ at the end of 2011, available exclusively from their website www.wetnuns.com along with a remix of the track by the Arctic Monkeys’ Matt Helders.
The band have since been named one of NME’s “20 Bands To Look Out For in 2012”, played for ATP and supported supergroup Mister Heavenly and are lining up a March tour to be announced VERY soon.
The two-piece have also just released a video for the recent single, and we can now rejoice that there is a video to match the hollering, crushing, blues-riffing marvel of a track that is ‘Heaven’s Below’. Created by director Darren Topliss, the video features motorbikes, pigs heads, crocodiles, macabre figures, and is typical of the band everyone’s trying to see right now. The anticipation around the band even led the footage to be the most shared music video on NME.com on the day of release.