BUÑUEL SHARE VIDEO FOR “IT’S ALL MINE” AHEAD OF JULY TOUR DATES

BUÑUEL SHARE VIDEO FOR “IT’S ALL MINE” AHEAD OF JULY TOUR DATES

TRACK APPEARS ON NEW ALBUM, KILLERS LIKE US, OUT NOW ON PROFOUND LORE + LA TEMPESTA INTERNATIONAL

Buñuel have shared the video for Killers Like Us album track “It’s All Mine.” The video is a visceral display of mercilessness and aggression, with the band performing live in an empty room which can barely contain their energy.

Speaking of the song, vocalist Eugene S. Robinson says, “A kind word and a gun gets your video a lot further than just a kind word… Heavily influenced by film, and mindful of the ways in which film affects life, and life is affected by film, this video needed to recall the fact that musical art for us is probably a little bit more and not so much less of a life and death deal. The funny part was, when trying to get the insurance for the video shoot they were very worried about crowds. And when they HEARD the music they were very worried about ‘dangerous things’. So I had to assure them that there were no dangerous things on set. So, yeah, basically I lied. Which they should have understood is precisely what I’d do in that instance.” 

The noise in their music is reflected in the erratic figure (of actor Mattia Azzarelli) drawing scratchy charcoal pictures, footage of which is spliced between shots of the band. This haphazard assortment of imagery is expertly crafted by director/editor Duccio Brunetti and director of photography Niccolò Arcostanzo.

About the song the director comments, When I first heard “It’s all mine” by Buñuel I felt that the song was about something that was “trapped in a cage”. I tried to translate this rage, those vibes that came from their music, into a cinematic experience: I elaborated their meticulous sound into a “bloody” vision that I hope the audience will never forget.”

WATCH “IT’S ALL MINE ON YOUTUBE BELOW:

"It's All Mine" official video

Unforgiving, merciless, beautiful, Buñuel released their third album, Killers Like Us in February, via Profound Lore and La Tempesta International, and previously announced live dates for July – dates below.

EUROPEAN AND UK TOUR DATES:

02/07 – Arcella Bella, Padova (IT)

03/07 – Fluc, Wien (AT)

04/07 – T3 – Kultúrny Prostriedok, Bratislava (SK) – NEW

05/07 – Cassiopeia, Berlin (DE)

07/07 – La Bulle Café, Lille (FR)

08/07 – Cafe Oto, London (UK)

09/07 – Supersonic Fest, Birmingham (UK)

10/07 – The Prince Albert, Brighton (UK)

11/07 – Crofters Rights, Bristol (UK)

12/07 – Glazart, Paris (FR)

13/07 – Le Bamp, Brussels (BE)

14/07 – La Grenze, Strasbourg (FR)

15/07 – Humbug, Basel (CH)

16/07 – Freakout Club, Bologna (IT) NEW

Buñuel’s album Killers Like Us — the third part of a trilogy that started with A Resting Place for Strangers, and then The Easy Way Out – is a killer addition to the canon of good music for bad people. Buñuel’s unpredictable amalgam of angular rhythms, drum salvos, blitzkrieg guitars and vocals that sound more like threats than promises is post-punk, proto-heavy and arty (as in avant-garde noise).

The band are named after the Spanish filmmaker Luis Buñuel, “the only filmmaker to first make his bones by making good on what happens when straight razors meet eyeballs“.

Buñuel are a near-super group of global significance boasting the sound work of the Italian trio of guitarist Xabier Iriondo (Afterhours), the bass of Andrea Lombardini, and the drums of Francesco Valente (Il Teatro Degli Orrori, Snare Drum Exorcism, and Lume), along with the vocals of Eugene S. Robinson (OXBOW).

“The ambiguity implied by the title where it’s not entirely clear whether the killers are similar to us or just appreciate us, is nowhere in evidence in the music, which sets out to say in as clear a way as possible: your death is an inevitable consequence of you, very precisely, being YOU.” – Eugene S. Robinson

Cover photo by KASIA ROBINSON

KILLERS LIKE US TRACK LISTING

1. Hornets

2. When God Used a Rope

3. It’s All Mine

4. Crack Shot

5. Stocklock

6. Roll Call

7. When We Talk

8. A Prison Of Measured Time

9. For the Cops

10. Even the Jungle

Click above to listen to a full stream of the album via YouTube.

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