This coming weekend will see Bury Tomorrow’s biggest show of their careers thus far – opening up the main stage at the Reading and Leeds annual bank holiday festival double header. Ahead of those special shows, the band have released a new music video featuring footage from one of their career highlights so far.
Having obliterated the Pepsi Max Tent during their performance at the 2013 Download Festival back in June, the band have chosen to use footage from the performance to form their official music video for the song Sceptres. Want to re-live the experience if you were at Download? Just want to check out the video and hear the track? Whichever category you fall into, you can watch Bury Tomorrow’s Sceptres video right here:
Bury Tomorrow’s Davyd Winter-Bates has been talking about their decision to use the Download footage as the source for the Sceptres video. He said the following:
“Download was such an amazing experience for us that we wanted to share it with everyone who couldn’t make it to see our set. I hope everyone has half as much fun watching it as we did playing it, team BT forever”.
Bury Tomorrow will be heading out across the UK this Autumn for their last headline tour supporting The Union Of Crowns with support from Feed The Rhino, Heart In Hand and Empress. A reminder of the tour dates follows:
26th – Southampton – Mo Club
27th – Bristol – The Fleece
28th – Birmingham – O2 Academy2
29th – Manchester – Academy 3
30th – Newcastle – O2 Academy 2
1st – Glasgow – Garage
2nd – Nottingham – Rescue Rooms
3rd – Norwich – Waterfront
4th – London – O2 Academy Islington
Tickets for the tour are available now from Seetickets, Gigantic, Ticketmaster and all the other usual suspects. While you’re waiting for the tour to roll around, check out the interview we did with Bury Tomorrow frontman Dani Winter-Bates backstage at Download prior to their performance, just click the link here to read.