New Young Heretics Video and Track

I know what you’re all thinking. “Is that the guy from The Getaway Plan?” Yes, it is. But don’t worry, because you don’t have to be fourteen and depressed to enjoy listening to Young Heretics.

The Melbourne duo create dark, atmospheric pop songs and they have just released the video for their track Risk/Loss. It was directed by James Lawler and aside from being one of the most visually interesting clips of the year (not including Lady Gaga), it also doubles as a tourism ad for Melbourne with lots of great shots of the city’s laneways. It’s defenitly worth a look.

I can’t embed it because the internet decided it hates me, but you can see it here.

They’ve also been kind enough to offer the track as a free download which you can grab below.

Young Heretics- Risk/Loss.mp3

They’re embarking on a national tour to launch their debut album We Are The Loves. If you like what you saw/heard above, make sure you come along to one of their shows.


Sat 10 July – Spectrum, Sydney NSW  w/ Guineafowl and Siren Lines

Fri 16 July – Beach Hotel, Byron Bay NSW  w/ Comic Sans and Siren Lines – FREE ENTRY

Sat 17 July – The Troubadour, Brisbane QLD w/ Comic Sans and Siren Lines

Fri 23 July – Jive, Adelaide SA w/ Secrets in Scale and Siren Lines

Sat 24 July – Northcote Social Club, Melbourne VIC  w/ Guineafowl and Siren Lines

Thur 29 July – Prince of Wales, Bunbury WA  w/ Arms Like Branches

Fri 30 July – Norfolk Basement, Fremantle WA

Sat 31 July – Amplifier, Perth WA w/ Arms Like Branches, Place of Indigo and The Japanese Tongue Sisters

Sun 1 August – Indi Bar, Scarborough WA w/ Arms Like Branches and Place of Indigo


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