Friendly Fires release “Heaven Let Me In” video

Friendly Fires release video for "Heaven Let Me In", the track is off their forthcoming release, due out in 2019
Friendly Fires "Heaven Let Me In"

UK’s Friendly Fires have dropped a video for their single “Heaven Let Me In.” Directed by BISON (Bonobo, London Grammar and Jon Hopkins), the clip features British actor Jeremy Irvine, known for his roles in War Horse and Mama Mia – who dances through the streets and landmarks of London’s Docklands to perfectly encapsulate the intoxicating, sun-comes-up feel of the song.

After the release of their single “Love Like Waves” combined with a number of festival headline slots across the UK, Friendly Fires are preparing to release their new album, due out in 2019. Friendly Fires are set to continue touring in November and December. Over the years, Friendly Fires’ live events – from basement raves and curated club nights to huge headline shows and festival headline slots – have become the stuff of legend. This run of shows, which will include an all-nighter at London’s Oval Space on November 30 will be no exception and will see Friendly Fires joined by a line up of guests across the four shows, including Ross From Friends, Space Dimension Controller, Justin Robertson, Paranoid London, Vonica, Alex Metric & Ten Yen.

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Live Dates

11/28 – NEWCASTLE Riverside (with Justin Robertson and Vonica)
11/29 – LONDON Oval Space (with Space Dimension Controller and Vonica)
11/30 – LONDON Oval Space (with Ross From Friends (DJ), Space Dimension Controller, Alex Metric & Ten Yen