The Ninth Wave have released an eerie new video for ‘Sometimes The Silence Is Sweeter’

The song is “an appreciation of being alone.”

The Ninth Wave have released a new video for ‘Sometimes The Silence Is Sweeter, a song described by frontman Haydn Park-Patterson as “an appreciation of being alone.”

Directed by Ciaran Lyons, the stop-motion clip features a dancer performing Butoh, a form of Japanese performance art, around the streets of Glasgow.

The Ninth Wave have just supported Spector at London’s Dome, and will see out the year with the following shows:

07 The Tunnels, Aberdeen
15 Year’s End Festival, Manchester
21 Saint Luke’s, Glasgow

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