Oxbow Release New Track "Icy White & Crystalline"

OXBOW have released another single from their recently announced new album Love's Holiday. "Icy White & Crystalline" is the second track made public from the record scheduled to drop July 21st courtesy of Ipecac Recordings. Check out the track below in the music video directed by Northern Irish filmmaker Kiran Acharya.

Funny going all the way to a UK-based filmmaker/journo from Belfast in Kiran Acharya for directing the video for ‘Icy White & Crystalline’ but if you take the same elements and expect something different, you’re on the road to madness, which is precisely why we used wildly disparate elements to visualize our first ‘live’ music video for Love’s Holiday,” says vocalist Eugene S. Robinson. “Sixteen takes all the way through… ‘you don’t know how… hearts burn’ is the opening lyric. For probably the best of all reasons here: this video almost killed us to make.

Guitar player Niko Wenner adds: “’Icy White & Crystalline’ began as a blown-out, ferocious rehearsal phone-recording we’ve aimed to match in high fidelity, the bridge another improv, the two joined make a classic OXBOW banger we’ll doubtless rock live for as long as we plug-in. Enjoy!

Pre-order Love's Holiday HERE.

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