The clip, created by Travis Robertson – an artist also hailing from White and the Spacebomb family’s beloved Richmond, Virginia – is a one-way trip deep into the visual heartland of Big Inner, bringing to life the record’s iconic cover art to reveal what lies beyond the borders of what we know – and don’t know – about Matthew E. White.
Matthew and his extremely gifted band of Richmond-based friends and collaborators (about whom you can learn more from the man himself here) arrive in the UK this week to play a string of shows including a long sold out date at London’s Queen Elizabeth Hall (a September date at Shepherd’s Bush Empire is on sale now) as well as debut visits to Bristol, Manchester and Glasgow.
Alongside this, the band will be participating in the very special Sister Ray Records street party for Record Store Day. This event is free and will take place in the afternoon of Saturday April 20th outside the shops premises on Berwick St, in Soho, London. Find out more about this terrific event here.
Matthew E. White on tour:
Sun 21 April Bristol Thekla
Wed 24 April Glasgow Arches
Thurs 25 April Manchester Sound Control
Fri 26 April London Queen Elizabeth Hall SOLD OUT
Thurs 23 May Barcelona Primavera SOLD OUT
26-30 June Glastonbury SOLD OUT
Fri 30 Aug Dorset End Of The Road
Wed 4 Sept London Shepherd's Bush Empire
Thurs 5 Sept Isle of Wight Bestival