Cardiff four-piece Himalayas unveil a new video for their single ‘Thank God I’m Not You’. Watch here
The Tom Large directed video takes place at the derelict St. Luke’s Church in the Welsh town Abercarn. Filming of the video took place in one day and spanned 22 hours, with the generator almost cutting out in the middle of the night.
Of the video, the band said, “The concept of the video is a sense of torture, not only from other people but from your own self; the idea that you and many others criticise every last detail of your person.”
With a slew of network radio plays and rowdy gigs across the country, the first half of 2017 has seen Himalayas catapulted to completely new heights.
Lead singer, Joe Williams said, “We’re impressed with how far we as a band have come since our last release and dead excited about what we have to come in the coming months!”