Lake Malice have shared the music video for their recent ‘Power Game’ single, and announced details of a forthcoming UK tour.
The single featured on the band’s recently released debut EP, ‘Post-Genesis’.
Speaking of the recent track and what it means, the Lake Malice duo of Alice Guala and Blake Cornwall have said:
“‘Power Game’ explores the theme of dealing with people who abuse their position of power.
“The dark and uneasy visuals of the music video empathise with the feelings of being lost and trapped when dealing with narcissistic and manipulative behaviour.
“With references to Immanuel Kant’s ‘moral laws’, the lyrics of the track explore the blurred line between right and wrong, in a setting where one individual tries to take control over people by gaslighting them. They then have to deal with the consequences of their own actions.”
Have a watch and a listen to ‘Power Games’ below.
As well as the new video, Lake Malice, have also announced details of a UK tour, set to take place throughout March next year.
The tour will encompass 12 dates, including Camden’s Underworld, Bournemouth’s Anvil and Birmingham’s Asylum 2.
This year has already seen them hit the road with aplomb, touring with the likes of As Everything Unfolds, Bloodywood, Skindred, Vukovi, Vended and Enter Shikari, and playing sets at the likes of The Great Escape, Download and 2000trees.
Their touring efforts and impressive release slate, which has seen them make an impression for their blend of hyperpop and metal, also saw them gain two nominations at this year’s Heavy Music Awards: ‘Best UK Breakthrough Artist’ and ‘Best Breakthrough Live Artist’.
See the full dates of their UK tour below – see the band’s full site for more details.
06 March BRIGHTON – GREEN DOOR STORE
07 March LONDON – UNDERWORLD
08 March SHEFFIELD – SIDNEY & MATILDA
09 March NORWICH – WATERFRONT STUDIO
13 March NEWCASTLE – ZEROX
14 March GLASGOW – CLASSIC GRAND
15 March MANCHESTER – STAR & GARTER
16 March LEEDS – HYDE PARK BOOK CLUB
20 March BOURNEMOUTH – ANVIL
21 March BRISTOL – ROUGH TRADE
23 March BIRMINGHAM – ASYLUM 2