In the run up to their appearance at Download Festival, Bristol goth punks Ashestoangels have released a new video for single ‘Down We Go‘.
‘Down We Go’ is taken from Ashestoangels most recent album ‘How To Bleed’, which was released earlier this year. The video was produced by Rolling Vision, and follows a haunting narrative of a girl searching for a lost loved one on a desolate beach.
Vocalist Adam Crilly comments: “I wanted to write an anthem, something for people to scream their lungs out to. Something for festivals. This is the soundtrack to our summer and I can’t wait to get it out there.”
If you’re heading to Download Festival, make sure you check out Ashestoangels on Sunday on the Dogtooth stage at 4.50pm.
Ashestoangels most mature album to date, ‘How To Bleed’ shows real progression both musically and lyrically. From the devilishly delightful first single Find Hell, to fan anthem Horror Cult, politically motivated Not In My Name and delicate ballad Ghost In The Machine, prepare yourselves for the ride of your life!
In other Ashestoangels news, it has been announced that the band will be supporting Johnny Craig’s band ‘Slaves’ (US) at The Borderline in Camden on Wednesday the 15th of June then lighting up the stage at Butserfest on the 10th of September. Vocalist Crilly will also be joining William Control on an intimate UK acoustic tour in July.
Ashestoangels are taking their years of experience and painting the town black.