Montreal’s BIG|BRAVE has released the first video from their latest album, Au De La, which was issued through Southern Lord in September, with the nearly twelve-minute epic track, “Look At How The World Has Made A Change.” Influenced by installations and video screenings that you expect to see in art galleries and museums, the video sees two images changing in contrast and hue. These subtle changes are reminiscent of the album’s evolutionary progression from minimalist to mammoth sonic heaviness.
Watch BIG|BRAVE’s “Look At How The World Has Made A Change” video through YouTube HERE and Vimeo HERE.
Following their recent East Coast tour run with labelmates Goatsnake and Y.D.I., BIG|BRAVE will embark on their debut European tour next week in support of Au De La. The trek sees them visiting Germany, the Netherlands, France and Belgium including performances at the Le Guess Who? Festival, and supporting heavyweights SUNN O))) in Paris. BIG|BRAVE will then perform across the UK including ATP’s Nightmare Before Christmas 2.0.
BIG|BRAVE Tour Dates:
11/19/2015 Gleis 22 – Munster, DE
11/20/2015 Vera – Groningen, NL
11/22/2015 Le Guess Who? Festival – Utrecht, NL
11/23/2015 YOYO – Paris, FR w/ Sunn O)))
11/24/2015 Music City – Antwerp, BE
11/25/2015 Birthdays – London, UK
11/26/2015 Stag and Hounds – Bristol, UK w/ Chastity
11/27/2015 ATP’s Nightmare Before Christmas – Prestatyn, UK
11/28-29/2015 Mutations Festival – Brighton, UK
11/30/2015 Headrow House – Leeds, UK
12/01/2015 Broadcast – Glasgow, UK
12/02/2015 Rainbow Cellar – Birmingham, UK
Presenting forty-five minutes of exploratory, post/avant rock, BIG|BRAVE‘s Au De La sees vocalist/guitarist Robin Wattie, guitarist Mathieu Bernard Ball and drummer Louis-Alexandre Beauregard creating a layered, engaging, memorable, and visceral album. With five expansive movements which transmit their imaginative sounds with exceptional production values, Au De La was recorded at Hotel2Tango with Efrim Menuck (Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Thee Silver Mt Zion Memorial Orchestra) and mastered by Harris Newman at Grey Market (Front Line Assembly, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, C H R I S T), several of its tracks also including striking veils of violin by Jessica Moss (Thee Silver Mt Zion Memorial Orchestra).