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anticipation of their debut album release on the 21st July, Woman’s Hour have released a video for the record’s title track, ‘Conversations.’ With their velvety electro and smooth-groove synths, the Kendal four-piece have already found themselves being compared to the likes of The xx, Beach House and Grimes – something that may explain their ubiquitous presence at the majority of the bigger Summer festivals this year.

The monochrome video, choreographed by Stella Dimitrakopoulou, is the band’s take on a 70’s performance art piece ‘Group Primary Accumulation’ by Trisha Brown. “We are four non-dancers engaged in a conversation with ourselves” says lead singer Fiona Burgess, “Separately together. The video highlights this isolation. Four people silently moving in sync.”

To coincide with the album’s release, Woman’s Hour have also announced a slew of September shows to follow up their festive Summer. Check out the listings below:

June 21st Best Kept Secret Festival, Hilvarenbeek, Netherlands
July 6th Metropolis Festival, Rotterdam, Netherlands
July 19th Farr Festival, Hertfordshire, UK
July 20th Latitude Festival, Suffolk, UK
July 25th Deer Shed Festival, Topcliffe, UK
July 27th Tramlines Festival, Sheffield, UK
August 3rd Kendal Calling, Kendal, UK
August 8th Beacons Festival, Skipton, UK
August 16th Green Man Festival, Crickhowell, UK
August 29th Bingley Music Live, Bingley, UK
September 11th Bestival, Isle of Wight, UK
September 23rd Village Underground, London, UK
September 24th The Jericho Tavern, Oxford, UK
September 25th Hare & Hounds, Birmingham, UK
September 26th Belgrave Music Hall, Leeds, UK
September 27th Deaf Institute, Manchester, UK
October 1st DC9, Washington, DC, US
October 2nd Mercury Lounge, New York, NY, US
October 3rd Rough Trade, New York, NY, US
October 4th SUNY Oneonta, Oneonta, NY, US
October 5th Drake Hotel, Toronto, ON, Canada
October 6th Empty Bottle, Chicago, IL, US
October 7th The Echo, Los Angeles, CA, US
October 8th Rickshaw Stop, San Francisco, CA, US
October 14th The Exchange, Bristol, UK
October 15th Stealth, Nottingham, UK
October 16th King Tut’s, Glasgow, UK
October 17th East Village Loft, Liverpool, UK
October 18th Buffalo Bar, Cardiff, UK
October 21st Molotov Exil, Hamburg, Germany
October 22nd Berghain Kantine, Berlin, Germany
October 24th Bitterzoet, Amsterdam, Netherlands
October 25th Botanique Witloofbar, Bruseels, Belgium
October 28th Vanguard, Oslo, Norway
October 29th Lilla Hotellbaren, Stockholm, Sweden
October 30th Ideal Bar, Copenhagen, Denmark

‘Conversations’ is out on the 21st of July via Secretly Canadian.