Mimi Barks shares official music video for ‘HOUSE FULL OF FAKES’

Mimi Barks shares official music video for ‘HOUSE FULL OF FAKES’

Video dropped two days before her 2000 Trees Festival appearance

The debut album ‘THIS IS DOOM TRAP’ is available to pre-order now

October UK headline tour on sale now

‘THIS IS DOOM TRAP’ due out on Friday 26th September via Silent Cult

Photo Credit: Mathias Brinkmeyer

London based, alternative artist and doom trap pioneer Mimi Barks, has today shared the official music video for her brand-new single ‘HOUSE FULL OF FAKES’. The video for Mimi Barks’ powerful new single has been released just two days before she is set to perform at 2000 Trees Festival (Thursday 10th July, 2024 – Forest Sessions stage).

‘HOUSE FULL OF FAKES’ is the fourth single taken for Mimi Barks’ debut album ‘THIS IS DOOM TRAP’ (out on Friday 26th September 2024 via Silent Cult), following her recent singles MONTANA’, featuring Yeti Bones of the American rap-punk duo Ho99o9, ‘BANSHEE’ and the album announcement single ‘FSU’ (short for Fuck Shit Up). ‘THIS IS DOOM TRAP’ is now available to pre-order alongside exclusive album merchandise right HERE.

Commenting on the new single Mimi Barks shares: “The present moment exudes a sense of post-apocalyptic insanity, both internally and externally— “Doom Eternal.” This destructiveness infiltrates not only history but also homes and streets, mirrored in the way we communicate with one another. Collective thoughts, beliefs, and energies are tainted with despair and aggression.”

She continues to mention: ”A deep longing to live in the Now, striving to avoid being consumed by the chaos—a struggle intensified when the mind still controls you. Proximity to self-destruction and toxicity makes the pursuit of consciousness a constant battle.”

Watch the official music video for ‘HOUSE FULL OF FAKES’ right here:


Hot of the heels of raging sets at both Copenhell and Mystic Festival as well as tour dates with Yonaka, Mimi Barks is set to embark on her UK album release tour this October. The tour will kick off on Tuesday 8th October 2024 in Manchester before stopping off in Bristol, London, Birmingham, Glasgow and finishing in Nottingham on Sunday 13th October. Prior to her UK headline tour dates Mimi Bark takes to the stage at both 2000 Trees Festival and Bloodstock Festival this summer. A list of all upcoming dates can be found below:

Festival appearances:

11/07/24 2000 Trees Festival, Cheltenham, United Kingdom
10/08/24 Bloodstock Festival, Walton On Trent, United Kingdom

‘THIS IS DOOM TRAP’ album release tour:

08/10/24 – Manchester, YES, UK

09/10/24 – Bristol, Crofters Rights, UK

10/10/24 – London, Camden Assembly, UK

11/10/24 – Birmingham, Asylum 2, UK

12/10/24 – Glasgow, Garage Attic, UK

13/10/24 – Nottingham, Bodega, UK

Tickets are one sale now: Mimi Barks | Official Website

Mimi Barks | THIS IS DOOM TRAP out 26th September via Silent Cult.
Artwork credit: Selina Naouma

Mimi Barks ‘HOUSE FULL OF FAKES’  – Out now | Stream here


The Doom Trap Icon has enjoyed a successful rise over the last few years while sharing her relentless stage presence across the UK and Europe, appearing at festivals like Download, 2000 Trees, Graspop and Full Force as well as joining tours with rock giants Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes, Combichrist and Saint Agnes. She graced the front cover of Kerrang! Magazine shortly after being awarded with ‘The Disrupter’ award at the official Kerrang! Awards 2022 and had a world premiere from Daniel P. Carter on the BBC Radio 1 Rock Show with her single ‘ASHES’ which appeared on the DEADGIRL Mixtape.

With her dark vision translating across multiple platforms, she had huge support from the likes of Jack Saunders, Nels Hylton, Alyx Holcombe and Jess Iszatt at BBC Radio 1, Alex Baker and Johnny Doom of Kerrang Radio while also receiving high praise from the likes of Clash, Metal Hammer, Rock Sound, Revolver Magazine, Gigwise, Nasty Magazine, LOUDER and Knotfest who shared their own outlook on the ‘DEADGIRL’ Mixtape, “DEADGIRL seems to have a personal chronology. The progression of the songs seems to begin with you at your darkest and culminate with you coming into your own – emerging from the trauma.”

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