Video: Ardyn introduce new avant-garde video for single “Together”

TogetherGloucestershire-based brother and sister duo, Ardyn have unveiled their first new music of 2017 with an avant-garde influenced video for perfect summer single, "Together".

The video is based on the Ant Farm movement of the 1960s and was directed by Jack Barraclough (Sacred Paws, Daniel Woolhouse). It draws on the movement's re-imagining of boundaries and space – and their heavy involvement in San Francisco’s Summer of Love.

The video pulls on themes of togetherness and a shared passion for love, art, culture, and life. It is a soft-focus, hazy summer classic with a driving beat that is sure to make it an instant earworm. "Together" is the ideal accompaniment to a busy summer season of festival appearances by Ardyn.

You can see Ardyn live at the following events in 2017:

June - 13th @ Hoxton Hall, London 

July - 7th @ Bluedot Festival, Jodrell Bank Observatory, Cheshire // 8th @ Village Green Festival, Southend // 9th @ Samphire Festival, Somerset// 16th @ Citadel Festival, London // 21st @ Truck Festival, Oxfordshire // 30th @ Kendal Calling, Cumbria 

August - 5th @ 110 Above Festival, Leicestershire // 6th @ Fieldview Festival, Wiltshire 

For more information check out the band's website.

You can watch the video for "Together" by Ardyn here:


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