Fontaines D.C. have published two live performances of tracks from their most recent record,’A Hero’s Death’, with every group member playing in isolation from one another.
Posted in their YouTube station, the group first shared with the clip ‘I Do not Belong’ past Friday (September 11), before following up two weeks after’Sunny’.
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Based on a post about Instagramthe performances have been individually listed earlier in the year whether they’re in lockdown, and edited jointly by Greg Barnes.
‘A Hero’s Death’ is Fontaines D.C.’s next studio album, and was released in July during Partisan. Upon its launch, NME gave the LP a multiple-choice evaluation, stating it particulars”the group exploring their meteoric rise along with the penalizing, endless tour which followed, sifting by the fragmented portions that stay”.
The group elaborated with this through a meeting with NME before this season.
“I actually did feel as though we had been put to a room that twists round and you come out the other side. I do not know what has gone on for the past calendar year, I have been focused on what we’ve already been performing,” frontman Grian Chatten explained.
“It turned into somewhat surreal as cities melted into each other, and confronts began to seem somewhat odd. It was a surreal environment we made for ourselves”
On the weekend, also Fontaines D.C. participate from the live-streamed tribute concert for Daniel Johnson, Honey I Sure Miss You, along with Phoebe Bridgers,” Beck, Jeff Tweedy and much more.