Princess Goes To The Butterfly Museum have tour dates and new video. You need to get on this.
Princess Goes To The Butterfly Museum (Michael C. Hall, Peter Yanowitz & Matt Katz-Bohen) have released the official video for “Tomorrow’s Screams”.
Taken from their debut album Thanks For Coming, the video for “Tomorrow’s Screams” was shot by Lexie Moreland and finds bandmates Michael C. Hall, Matt Katz-Bohen and Peter Yanowitz trapped in a mental maze of clashing feelings as they walk through mundane acts that the camera exposes to be magically intriguing. Each occupy their own world and slowly begin to congregate toward a collective that is seemingly more settled with a prescribed sense of calm and comfort.
“I laid in bed with headphones on one night and listened to the song on loop for hours until I fell asleep, just letting my subconscious work it out, jotting down feelings, impressions and visuals as they came,” said Director and Cinematographer Lexie Moreland.
“The toothpaste and silly string moments were ones that occurred to me in that way, via a kind of dream state, and I felt they would work with my vision of each of the guys being on a solo, as well as a collective, journey. And then the apple became the unifying symbol, an image that would connect an overall feeling of disconnection, which is really the emotional tone that I felt being communicated by the song. I chose the apple because it’s visually lovely, and it’s also an homage to Magritte’s famous self-portrait ‘The Son of Man.’ I like that as a somewhat subliminal reference since the song, like all songs, is also of course a self-portrait.”
Princess Goes To The Butterfly Museum – UK & EIRE Tour Dates
November 27 – Bristol, UK – Thekla
November 28 – Nottingham, UK – Rescue Rooms
November 29 – Manchester, UK – Night & Day SOLD OUT
November 30 – London, UK – Bush Hall
December 2 – Bedford, UK – Esquires
December 3 – Birmingham, UK – The Castle & Falcon
December 4 – Swansea, UK – Sin City
December 5 – Glasgow, UK – Mono
December 7 – Belfast, UK – Ulster Sports Club
December 8 – Dublin, IE – The Workman’s Club
December 9 – Liverpool, UK – 24 Kitchen Street