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Black Rivers premiere new video for Age of Innocence

Posted by Aideen on April 20, 2015

Black Rivers premiere new video for Age of Innocence
Black Rivers premiere new video for Age of Innocence

Mancunian duo Black Rivers have released the video for their new single "Age of Innocence" from their self-titled debut album. The band is made up of former members of indie rockers Doves, while their new video consists of clips from the Wim Wenders documentary Tokyo-Ga.

It's premiering now over on Nowness, you can check it out here. It's their fourth single from Black Rivers.

 

Black Rivers premiere new video for Age of Innocence
Black Rivers premiere new video for Age of Innocence

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