GIRAFFE TONGUE ORCHESTRA Debut “Blood Moon” Video

by | Sep 15, 2016

Guess who made their live debut a few weeks ago? You got it… Giraffe Tongue Orchestra, the band that features Ben Weinman of The Dillinger Escape PlanBrent Hinds of Mastodon, and William DuVall of Alice in Chains.

They made appearances at both Reading and Leeds festivals overseas, and now they’re getting ready to unleash their long-awaited debut album Broken Lines.

This song “Blood Moon” was the second single released off the record, and now they’ve got a video for it. It’s the first one below.

Still no word on when we can expect some North American shows. But we’ve included footage from their appearance last month at Reading Fest so you can get an idea.

Broken Lines comes out September 23rd.


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