New videos from The Lowly Knights and The Jane Bradfords

Music video from Belfast's folk royalty and an official promo from Bandwidth Sessions

Belfast nu-folk group The Lowly Knights have released a video for the opening track of their third EP, The Even Keel. The video for 'Burning Powder' is produced by filmmaker Phil Harrison, and shot in the style of a short film which features Lowly Knights band members in subtitled dialogue.

Back in September, Open House festival-goers had the chance to pick up an early release of the EP at the Belfast launch of the folk clubnight Communion, founded in London by Ben Lovett of Mumford and Sons, and is quickly spreading to other parts of the UK and Ireland. Watch the video below:

Bandwidth Sessions have also released a new promo video today for 'Judicial Duel' from Belfast synth-pop group The Jane Bradfords. Bandwidth calls it 'the best song ever written about the struggle to recognise civil partnerships.' Read more about it over at Bandwidth or watch the video below:

 

The Even Keel EP is available for CD purchase and download at lowlyknights.bandcamp.com and the next Communion Belfast clubnight features a Lowly Knights solo performance on October 31 at the Black Box.

For the latest on The Jane Bradfords, see www.thejanebradfords.com and to watch more of Will McConnell's fantastic videos with the band, click on over to bandwidthsessions.com.

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