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Watch: Crystal Castles’ New Video ‘Plague’

Written by Brayden Darke on September 25, 2012

Canadian electro duo Ethan Kath and Alice Glass aka Crystal Castles have posted a new video clip for their first single titled Plague, which will be taken from their forthcoming new album, due to hit shelves in November.

The video, which was directed by Director Ivan Grbin, is quite spooky and shows a woman walking around the tunnels of an underground railway station in some kind of possessed hysteria. According to Pitchfork, the clip was originally a fan-shot video, but now it has been taken on as the official clip.

Crystal Castles will be in Australia for Big Day Out in January. Last week they announced sideshows in Sydney and Melbourne; you can find out more information here.

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