“Low Life” by Baby in Vain

Ahead of their European tour, which begins in the UK on 1st October, Copenhagen’s Baby In Vain have shared the stunning video for “Low Life”. A highlight from their recently released debut album More Nothing, the brooding track is now accompanied by cinematic visuals, directed by young Danish director Rasmus K. Peterson. The video depicts the confusing, intense and often overwhelming emotions attached to young love.

Of the video, drummer Benedicte Pierleoni told The Fader: "We wanted to do something that was completely different from visuals we'd done in the past. We contacted Rasmus after watching a beautiful video he directed for another Copenhagen band, Sjæl I Flammer. He liked our song and was up for doing the video, so we gave him 100% artistic freedom. We absolutely love what he came up with and we're very happy with how it turned out!". Baby In Vain celebrated the release of their debut album with shows at Reading and Leeds Festivals, shows at Rough Trade stores around the UK.

Baby In Vain’s UK headline tour starts next week on 1st October at Newcastle’s Underground and includes a show at London’s Camden Assembly, before finishing up at Oxford’s Ritual Union festival, alongside Peace and Black Honey. The trio then head to Europe for a tour
alongside US noise-band A Place To Bury Strangers.

Baby In Van
Tour dates

1st October Newcastle, Underground
2nd October Glasgow, Broadcast
3rd October Aberdeen, The Tunnels
4th October Edinburgh, Sneaky Petes
5th October Leeds, Headrow House
8th October Leicester, The Cookie
9th October London, Camden Assembly
10th October Bath, Moles
12th October Southampton, The Joiners
13th October Cardiff, The Moon Club
14th October Birmingham, Actress & Bishop
15th October Nottingham, The Bodega
17th October Cambridge, The Portland Arms
19th October St Albans, The Horn
20th October Tunbridge Wells, Forum
21st October Oxford, Ritual Union Festival (w/ Peace, Black Honey)
26th October Grenoble, L’amperage, France (w/ A Place To Bury Strangers)
27th October Nancy, L’Autre Canal, France (w/ A Place To Bury
Strangers)
28th October Bulle, Ebullition, Switzerland (w/ A Place To Bury Strangers)
30th October Munich, Hansa 39, Germany (w/ A Place To Bury Strangers)
31st October Zurich, Bogan F, Switzerland (w/ A Place To Bury
Strangers)
2nd November Bologna, Locomotiv, Italy (w/ A Place To Bury Strangers)
3rd November Rome, Traffic, Italy (w/ A Place To Bury Strangers)
4th November Milan, Seraglio, Italy (w/ A Place To Bury Strangers)
7th November Vienna, Arena, Austria (w/ A Place to Bury Strangers)
8th November Budapest, Durer Kert 041, Hungary (w/ A Place To Bury Strangers)
9th November Prague, Futurum, Czech Republic (w/ A Place To Bury Strangers)