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laid back indie rock presents a video set in the Middle Ages which sees a young red head tied up and thrown into a river, on the basis of the single’s title that ‘She’s A Witch’. Although a method rarely used to ascertain one’s witch-status today due to its scientifically flawed logic, Gengahr bring back the river-dumping Middle Ages reality which, while a little morbid, is also captivating when coupled with the progressive synths and guitar based melody provided by Gengahr.

The four-piece from London, having enlisted the skill of video directors Reuben Woodin Dechamps and Balint Revesz of Gallivant Film, have sourced the underground talent of London to create something mesmerising. “Maybe she’ll sink, maybe she’ll fly, I’ve got a witch that cries all the time,” is a favourite line of ours.

The She’s A Witch EP is released March 9th, on Transgressive Records.

5th March – PIAS Nites – Fleche d’Or, Paris
17th March – Transgressive/Rockfeedback Showcase – SXSW, Austin
18th March – BBC Introducing & PRS For Music Showcase – SXSW, Austin
25th March – Bleach, Brighton
26th March – The Boston Arms, London (tickets)
2nd April – New Slang, London (supporting Circa Waves)
8th April – Riverside, Newcastle (supporting Circa Waves)
9th April – Garage, Glasgow (supporting Circa Waves)
10th April – Leadmill, Sheffield (supporting Circa Waves)
11th April – O2 Academy, Liverpool (supporting Circa Waves)
13th April – Rescue Rooms, Nottingham (supporting Circa Waves)
14th April – The Library @ Institute, Birmingham (supporting Circa Waves)
16th April – Wedgwood Rooms, Portsmouth (supporting Circa Waves)
17th April – Shepherd’s Bush Empire, London (supporting Circa Waves)
18th April – Festival L’Ere de Rien, Nantes
20th April – PIAS Nites – Lido, Berlin
1st May – PIAS Nites – Melkweg, Amsterdam
14th-16th May – The Great Escape, Brighton
21st June – Best Kept Secret Festival, Hilvarenbeek
3rd July – Blissfields, Winchester
17th-19th July – Melt Festival, Grafenhainchen
17th-19th July – Longitude Festival, Dublin
2nd August – Y Not Festival, Pikehall