“Sister-doom” duo Chambers drop hauntingly psychedelic video for new single Hostile.

With the single itself already gaining early traction from the likes of Clash and the BBC, the addition of the video is a perfect encapsulation of Chambers’ self-styled, dark and abrasive “sister-doom”.

“There’s something that excites us about horror” explains drummer Eleanor-Cara Churchill “We naturally just went down more of a dark and doomy route. It wasn’t something we planned, it was just what we felt at the time and it’s now stuck with us.”

Fitting then, that the video was shot at the supposedly haunted Temple Newsam House in Leeds and as dark, disjointed and angular as the track which it accompanies. You can stream the video below:


You can catch Chambers live on the following dates:

Dec 02 – The Key Club – Leeds (w/ Allusondrugs + Hands Off Gretel)
Dec 03 – The Library – Leeds
Dec 10 – The Lofthouse – Nottingham
Dec 16 – Inutero Presents: Christmas Party – Verve Bar – Leeds
Dec 27 – Camden Rocks Presents – Proud – London
Jan 20 – O’Riley’s – Hull
Jan 21 – The Shape of Chunk to Come – Brudenell Social Club – Leeds
Jan 27 – Giants Of Rock Festival – Minehead
Jan 28 – The Red Lion – Bristol

More from Chambers can be found on their website, Facebook and they tweet as: @UKChamberss.

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