“Wild Flowers” by Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes

Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes, the British punk outfit helmed by former Gallows’ singer Frank Carter, debut the video for “Wild Flowers” from the band’s forthcoming album entitled Modern Ruin (Jan. 20, International Death Cult/Kobalt Music Services).

Critically acclaimed artist Jake Chapman created the video. Primarily known for his provocative work with his brother Dinos as part of the Turner Prize winning Chapman Brothers, for “Wild Flowers,” Chapman presents a furious, rapid fire mashup of seemingly random clips that bring to vivid life the beating heart of Carter’s lyrics.

“Jake Chapman is one of my favourite artists of all time,” said Carter. “Somehow in this mad world we also became quite good friends. Foolishly I jeoardised all of that by asking him to make us a music video for our song ‘Wild Flowers.’ Luckily for me, Jake is further into the abyss of madness than I am and he has made something completely captivating and utterly insane… but best of all, we are still friends!”

Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes have confirmed a trio of U.S. performances, a Feb. 24 slot at the Troubadour in Los Angeles (with Crystal Fairy), and festival performances at Welcome to Rockville and Carolina Rebellion. More dates will be announced soon.

U.S. tour dates:

February 24 Los Angeles, CA Troubadour (w/Crystal Fairy)
April 29 Jacksonville, FL Welcome to Rockville
May 6 Charlotte, NC Carolina Rebellion

European tour dates:

January 12 Kingston, UK New Slang at The Hipperdrome with Banquet Records
January 18 Nottingham, UK Rough Trade East
January 19 London, UK Rough Trade East
January 22 Watford, UK LP Café
January 22 St. Albans, UK Empire Records
January 25 Barcelona, Spain St. Jordi Club (w/Biffy Clyro)
January 26 Madrid, Spain Barclaycard Center (w/Biffy Clyro)
January 27 Lisbon, Portugal Lisbon Coliseum (w/Biffy Clyro)
January 29 Toulouse, France Le Bikini (w/ Biffy Clyro)
January 30 Paris, France Olympia (w/ Biffy Clyro)
January 31 Lyon, France Radiant (w/ Biffy Clyro)
February 1 Geneva, Switzerland Usine
February 2 Milan, Italy Fabrique (w/ Biffy Clyro)
February 3 Stuttgart, Germany Porsche Arena (w/ Biffy Clyro)
February 5 Bologna, Italy Kindergarten –
February 6 Rome, Italy Atlantico (w/ Biffy Clyro)
February 7 Padova, Italy Gran Teatro Geox (w/Biffy Clyro)
February 8 Strasbourg, France La Laiterie
February 9 Hasselt, Belgium MOD
March 16 Norwich, UK Waterfront
March 17 Manchester, UK Manchester Academy 2 SOLD OUT
March 18 Newcaste, UK Riverside
March 19 Glasgow, UK St. Luke’s
March 21 Belfast, UK Oh Yeah Music Centre
March 22 Dublin, Ireland Academy 2
March 24 Leeds, UK Stylus
March 25 Birmingham, UK The Asylum SOLD OUT
March 26 Cardiff, UK The Globe SOLD OUT
March 27 Exeter, UK Exeter Phoenix
March 29 Southsea, UK Wedgewood Rooms
March 30 London, UK Koko SOLD OUT