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Watch: Wavves Create Mini Mad Max In New Clip ‘Demon To Lean On’

Written by Mike Hohnen on March 12, 2013

Having spent the better part of 12 months heads down and hard at it in the studio, L.A’s Wavves are now good and ready to reveal to the world what they’ve been working on. Demon To Lean On is the third song we’ve heard that will feature on the brand-new full length Afraid Of Heights, which will be unleashed Friday, 22nd March.

The clip for Demon To Lean On explores a sort of post-apocalyptic world governed by youths. A little bit Lord Of The Flies, a little bit Mad Max, a little bit Where The Wild Things Are, the clips shows a nightmare ordeal unfolding for one ordinary boy in an atmospherically lit junkyard.

Afraid Of Heights
will be the fourth album from the band and was written and recorded with no meddling from the record label whatsoever. The Wavves boys had complete creative control over the project and with Nathan Williams at the helm, this meant the record had the potential to go anywhere. By the sounds of things so far, it does just that. Covering everything from relationships to crooked preachers to killing cops, Afraid Of Heights is going to be a wild ride.

Watch: Wavves – ‘Demon To Lean On’

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