Anglo/Swedish duo Superhand have unveiled a brand new video as they gear up to release new material.

Superhand (who featured in our 2015 albums of the year list) have been hunkering down in their Mid-Wales studio for a while but the band soon seem set to reemerge. The first inkling that the band were up to something came with the announcement that they had been selected to be Artists In Residence for the Wales Arts Review. Following this the band have just released a brand new video for the song Can’t See The Point No More.

Directed by Maximillian Hartley, a London based film/video artist, Can’t See The Point No More is a brooding, melancholic electronic blues whilst the video is abstract drawing on themes such as  hauntology and memory. Watch the video below.



Superhand can be found via their website  or via Facebook   and Twitter where they tweet as @Superhandland

Maximillian Hartley can be found via his website or via Facebook  and Twitter where he tweets as @Rhinestonefilms

All words by Simon Tucker. For more of Simon’s writings for Louder Than War visit his author’s archive or follow him on Twitter @simontucker1979.

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