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The Horn The Hunt introduce the video for Starless

Singer Clare Carter describes the making of the enigmatic video to accompany new single Starless, a precursor to THTH's album Terrafidella, due for release later this year.

Written by Amelia Gregory

The Horn The Hunt-desert - Starless

Leeds based duo The Horn The Hunt have been locked away in a studio in Greenland in the middle of nowhere for three months creating anthemic pop music interlaced with elements of grunge, and today Clare Carter and Joseph Osborne release new single Starless, accompanied by a beautiful cover of the Neil Young song Heart of Gold. Both are taken from the upcoming album Terrafidella, due for release later this year.



Lead singer Clare Carter is also an artist (view her work here) who is involved in all the visual elements of the band, including their costumes, stage props and projections. The official video for Starless was shot in Langsett Reservoir, South Yorkshire and reflects the psychedelic aspects of the song with colourful kaleidoscope effects and explosions. Singer Clare describes the making of the video here:

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