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PREMIERE: THE HOWL & THE HUM – “HUMAN CONTACT”

The York-based indie four-piece explore “Human Contact” in the digital age with their new track.

The howl & The Hum
The howl & The Hum

Just like the start of every nightmare you’ve ever had, at the start of the visuals for “Human Contact,” in a disused mansion, mannequins twitch alive, and among them included York-based four-piece The Howl & The Hum.

The indie band explore themes of loneliness, alienation and connection in the digital age, and just like the video, the haunting track is fuelled by a slow-burning, propulsive beat which builds to a fiery crescendo.

“With the song ‘Human Contact’ we wanted to explore the separation between people in a digital age; the video takes this idea in a different direction, with a focus on flesh, movement and the darker thoughts that accompany loneliness,” explains the band.

Watch the music video for “Human Contact” below…

PREMIERE: THE HOWL & THE HUM – “HUMAN CONTACT”

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