Starting with a quote from Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn and proceeding with some surprising ninja action, the new video from from Leicester's Skam finds the hard-gigging trio in an dilapidated church.
New Holy City video from riff-mongers Skam
The new single comes from the forthcoming Peacemaker album, out in July
Skam describe themselves as "British hard rock for a new generation", and feature Steve Hill (vocals/guitar), Ray Perevill (drums) and Matt Gillmore (bass).
Back in Classic Rock 196 we described the band as "Part Foo Fighters, part Queens Of The Stone Age, before going on to say that "three-piece Skam look like they have been doing this for years." Now you can decide for yourself.
Skam tour the UK in August.
August 8, Cambridge Corner House
August 9, Leicester Musician
August 10, Southamoton Talking Heads
August 13, Northampton King Billys
August 14, Sutton-in-Asdhfield Diamond
August 15, Workington Lounge 41
August 16, Glasgow Stereo
August 21, London Dublin Castle
August 22, Norwich Brickmakers August 23, Bristol Exchange
Holy City is released on June 30 on Off Yer Rocka Recordings.