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General News / February 15, 2017

Pixx shares new video & confirms Dublin performance

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General News / February 15, 2017

Pixx shares new video & confirms Dublin performance

She’s also confirmed her debut album ‘The Age of Anxiety’.

 

Pixx’s new album ‘The Age of Anxiety’ will arrive on June 2, and to celebrate the announcement the artist has released some new visuals.

The title of the record is taken from W.H. Auden’s final poem, “charting one man’s quest to find substance and identity in a shifting and increasingly industrialised world”.

Watch the video for ‘I Bow Down’ below, directed by Natasha Lawes.

Pixx will perform with Austra in Button Factory on March 25. Click here for tickets.