Collarbones Announce New Album And Short Film
One part Adelaide and one part Sydney duo Collarbones have announced the release of their second full length album Die Young.
Though the duo’s debut album Iconography was only released last year, Die Young was written close behind their first release, the with “the naive, vulnerable yearning at the heart of adolescent experience” in mind.
Accompanying the album will be a short film of the same name, which “follows a narrative of teen ghosts caught in a limbo, watching in on the preserved artefacts of their former lives.” The film was made by Paris-based visual artist Michael Salerno, who travelled to Sweden to “photograph and video River Phoenix lookalikes in a freezing forest.”
Die Young will be released on Friday September 28 via Two Bright Lakes and Remote Control. Check their Facebook for further details.