Some footage of Hadouken! recording their new album in Groningen with Noisia has been posted online. The clip features snippets of tracks from the electro grime band’s second album. They’ll be releasing a new single and video next month. “It took us a little longer than expected but the album is finished,” the group wrote on their MySpace. “The video below is a little studio video diary we put together whilst out recording in Holland, it features two new tracks, please check it out and let us know what you think.” Watch below.
Hadouken! compiled some fan filmed concert footage from various gigs from the last two years. The British indie pop group wrote on their MySpace blog: “Thanks to everyone whose footage we used, especially whoever got the shots of James [Smith] in the crowd in Cardiff at the end, awesome work.”
The video at Vimeo has since been removed.
Hadouken! checked in with fans on their blog at MySpace (@hadouken) on Sunday (September 7) after their schedule Bestival performance in Isle of Wight, England was cancelled. They write:
Sorry to anybody who was hoping to see us as Bestival. We were there on site just about to get changed into our awesome zombie pirate costumes when we were told that the BBC Introducing stage had been closed down due to the weather conditions and our show had been canceled.
We were gutted as this was our last UK show of the year but there was nothing we or the festival organizers could do.
British weather is sh**.
We’ll definitely be back next year if they’ll have us.
James Smith of Hadouken! checked in with fans on the Leeds, England indie pop group’s blog at MySpace (@hadouken) on Saturday (June 21). Smith writes, “It’s been a long time since I sent a message to you. First off gotta thank you for the support over the last couple of months, most importantly those who bought the record or came to a gig. The top 20 chart position was a nice surprise to us all and the tour was off the fu**ing hook. We have been getting more and more confident on stage and actually getting fitter with all the exercise so smashing up the place for an hour is no problem these days. We did a Czech festival the other week and I copied Kurt Cobain and jumped into Nicks drum kit at the end of the show. I can now tick that off my list of stupid things to do before I die.”
Hadouken! are out with the music video to their new single ‘Crank It Up’, the third release from the Leeds, England indie pop group’s full-length debut album ‘Music for an Accelerated Culture’, out now on Atlantic Records.
The band wrote in a bulletin to their MySpace friends regarding the video: “We are very, very pleased with it, sadly YouTube quality doesn’t quite do justice to some of the mad strata cut animation so keep an eye on the usual channels to see it in its full glory.”
Watch it below.
Hadouken are out with the music video to their new single ‘Leap of Faith’, the lead single on the ‘Not Here To Please You Mixtape’ USB stick release on November 12th in the UK. Watch it via YouTube below.