Watch Wolf Alice’s New Video For “Beautifully Unconventional”

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Wolf Alice have released the video for their new single “Beautifully Unconventional“, which is a song taken from the band’s forthcoming eagerly anticipated second album, Visions Of A Life, out on September 29th via Dirty Hit.

This song is a celebration of all your non-conforming friends,Ellie Rowsell explained to The FADER. “A celebration of individuality and the adventures that come with embracing that. For me personally I imagined me and my mate Hannah as Christian Slater and Winona Rider in Heathers albeit looking nothing like them. The video has nothing to do with the song – I just didn’t want to have a mullet anymore, seeing as lots of people tore me to pieces in our last video, so it was an excuse to wear a wig!

Watch the video for “Beautifully Unconventional” below:

Wolf Alice have also announced 13 new European dates for January 2018, and have been confirmed for Laneway Festival 2018. The shows will follow the band’s UK & European tour starting on 27 October in Paris and taking in their biggest headline show to date at London’s Alexandra Palace. See below for dates.

Wolf Alice Tour Dates:

Oct 07 – Caljam Festival, San Bernardino, CA, US
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Oct 23 – WWW X, Tokyo, Japan
Oct 24 – Shangri-La, Osaka, Japan
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Oct 27 – La Maroquinerie, Paris, France
Oct 28 – Botanique/Orangerie, Brussels, Belgium
Oct 30 – Festsaal Kreuzberg, Berlin, Germany
Nov 01 – Mojo, Hamburg, Germany
Nov 02 – Luxor, Koln, Germany
Nov 03 – Melkweg, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Nov 08 – 02 Academy, Bristol, UK
Nov 09 – 02 Apollo, Manchester, UK
Nov 11 – Barrowlands, Glasgow, UK
Nov 12 – Barrowlands, Glasgow, UK
Nov 13 – 02 Academy, Newcastle, UK
Nov 15 – Rock City, Nottingham, UK
Nov 16 – 02 Academy, Birmingham, UK
Nov 17 – UEA, Norwich, UK
Nov 18 – 02 Academy, Leeds, UK
Nov 20 – Dome, Brighton, UK
Nov 21 – 02 Guildhall, Southampton, UK
Nov 24 – Alexandra Palace, London, UK
Nov 27 – Ulster Hall, Belfast, UK
Nov 28 – Olympia, Dublin, Ireland
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Dec 01 – Danforth Music Hall, Toronto, Canada
Dec 02 – L’Astral, Montreal, Canada
Dec 04 – Brooklyn Steel, Brooklyn, NY
Dec 07 – The Met, Pawtucket, RI
Dec 08 – 9:30 Club, Washington, DC
Dec 09 – Trocadero Theatre, Philadelphia, PA
Dec 11 – Terminal West, Atlanta, GA
Jan 04 – La Riviera, Madrid, Spain
Jan 05 – Apolo, Barcelona, Spain
Jan 08 – Ninkasi Kao, Lyon, France
Jan 09 – Zoom, Frankfurt, Germany
Jan 10 – Ampere, Munich, Germany
Jan 12 – Plaza, Zurich, Switzerland
Jan 13 – Santeria Social Club, Milan, Italy
Jan 14 – Arena, Vienna, Austria
Jan 16 – Roxy, Prague, Czech Republic
Jan 17 – Hybrydy, Warsaw, Poland
Jan 19 – Vega Jr, Copenhagen, Denmark
Jan 20 – Debaser Strand, Stockholm,Sweden
Jan 21 – John Dee, Oslo, Norway
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Laneway Festival 2018 (Tickets on sale: 18/9 at 9am local time)
Jan 29 – Auckland, New Zealand
Feb 02 – Adelaide , Australia
Feb 03 – Melbourne, Australia
Feb 04 – Sydney, Australia
Feb 10 – Brisbane, Australia
Feb 11 – Fremantle, Australia

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