Having recently released their new single Human Contact, York quartet The Howl & The Hum today drop a brand new video for the track. Watch and listen below.
The song was recorded in the band’s countryside studio outside York and produced by Jolyon Thomas (Slaves, Kendrick Lamar). Frontman and vocalist Sam Griffiths offered the following about Human Contact:
Human Contact is a fast-paced miserable disco touching on mental health and what it means to be alone in a digital age. The lyric deals with the idea of alienation vs technology – when there’s so much communication going on around us at all times, can we ever feel a true connection?
The quartet has gained support and radio airplay from the likes Huw Stephens, Jack Saunders, and Annie Mac at Radio 1, as well as BBC 6 Music and Radio X.
This month the band will go on their biggest headline UK tour to date, including a show at The Scala in London. The tour follows on from a busy summer schedule with appearances at SXSW, The Great Escape and 110 Above festivals. All tour dates can be found below, tickets can be found here.
The Howl & The Hum – Human Contact