Abattoir Blues share the stunning video for ‘Sense’

The dark heart-ripper was released as a double A-side single earlier in November
Brighton’s very own cinematic stunners Abattoir Blues have revealed a mesmeric new video for latest track ‘Sense’.

Packed with the rawness and emotion of the music they make, it captures the real-life struggles and desperation of humanity in a moving fashion.

When talking about the video, director Sirus F Gahan explained it as:

“You’re your own worst enemy, the only thing standing between yourself and your own idea of success. It’s hard to distance yourself from your own individual bubble of consciousness, and conjure the realisation that often to move forward, you need to accept yourself, and ease the endeavour to flourish as a human. With this mental dissonance in place, you find yourself sinking under your own expectations, and have to break free, to circumvent the inevitable lows you suffer.”

Released alongside other new cut ‘Fading’, ‘Sense’ is a timely reminder as to how vital and intense Abattoir Blues really are. They’ll round out 2016 with a performance at London’s Kamio as a part of The Great Escape’s First Fifty on November 24th.

Screen ‘Sense’ below,

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