Django Django - "Beginning to Fade" (video)

by Brice Ezell

20 April 2015

The billowy vocal harmonies and psychedelic visuals of Django Django's "Beginning to Fade" is an ideal aural and visual complement to 4/20, this highest of holidays.

With it being 4/20, many people truly are “Beginning to Fade”—if they aren’t already there yet. For those who haven’t done so yet, the music and visuals of this latest number by the South London rock outfit Django Django will prove a psychedelic and lovely detour on what for many people will be just an ordinary Monday interrupted by stoned people marauding through the streets.

“Beginning to Fade” is a track from Django Django’s forthcoming LP, Born Under the Sun.

Born Under Saturn is out through Ribbon Music on 4 May.

Upcoming tour dates for Django Django:

Thu. April 30 – Kingston, UK @ New Slang
Sat. May 2 - Aberdeen, UK @ Lemon Tree
Sun. May 3 - Glasgow, UK @ Live At Glasgow
Tue. May 5 – London, UK @ Rough Trade
Wed. May 13 - Portsmouth, UK @ Pyramids Centre
Thu. May 14 - Sheffield, UK @ The Plug
Fri. May 15 - Brighton, UK @ The Great Escape - The Corn Exchange (NME presents)
Mon. May 18 - Norwich, UK @ Waterfront/UAE
Tue. May 19 - London, UK @ KOKO – SOLD OUT
Thu. May 21 - Bristol, UK @ O2 Academy
Fri. May 22 - Warwick, UK @ Warwick Arts Centre Butterworth Hall
Sat. May 23 - Manchester, UK @ Cathedral
Fri. May 29 – Cologne, DE @ Electronic Beats
Sat. May 30 – Paris, FR @ We Love Green #4 – Parc de Bagatelle
Sat. June 6 – London, UK @ Field Day Festival
Thu. July 2 – Gdynia, PL @ Open’er Festival
Sun. July 5 – Normandy, FR @ Beauregard Festival
Fri. July 17 – Henham Park, Southwold, Suffolk, UK @ Latitude Festival
Sat. July 18 – Ferropolis, DE @ Melt! Festival
Tue. July 28 – New York, NY @ Webster Hall
Thu. Aug. 6 – Los Angeles, CA @ Mayan Theatre
Sat. Aug. 22 – Hamburg, DE @ Dockville
Sun. Aug. 23 – Biddinghuizen, NL @ Lowlands
Fri. Aug. 28 – Reading, UK @ Reading Festival
Sat. Aug. 29 – Leeds, UK @ Leeds Festival
Fri. Sep. 4 – Larmer Tree Gardens, UK @ End of the Road Festival
Sun. Sep. 6 – Laois, IE @ Electric Picnic

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