The latest single to be pulled from Django Django's second album 'Born Under Saturn' is the rocking and stomping Shake and Tremble.
Its video is a very fun thing: the band asked director Pete Dee to work on the video after seeing his work on Ganglians' video for Jungle in 2011, extending the concept of lo-fi visuals, animatronic plants, and insects into their own world.
So although it is very lo-fi in style, it's also quite high concept in terms of imagination. The video's setting reflects the place where the song was written – a volcanic island (the the band were out there a while back collaborating with artist Haroon Mirza, naturally). And, unlike many other Django Django videos, you actually get to see the band, which is nice.
Django Django are about to embark on a mammoth world tour, including a stopover at Paris's We Love Green festival this weekend. Following that, they'll play Field Day, Melt!, Latitude, Pukkelpop, Reading & Leeds, and basically everywhere else under the sun.
Revisit Dummy's recent interview with Django Django.
Django Django live dates:
May 29th: Electronic Beats, Cologne
May 30th: We Love Green, Paris
June 6th: Field Day Festival, London
July 2nd: Open’er Festival, Poland
July 5th: Beauregard Festival, Normandy
July 9th: NOS Alive Festival, Lisbon
July 17th: Latitude Festival, UK
July 19th: Melt! Festival, Germany
July 25th: Way Home Festival, Toronto
July 26th: Le National, Montreal
July 28th: Webster Hall, New York
July 29th: 9:30 Club, Washington DC
August 1st: Lollapalooza, Chicago
August 2nd: First Avenue, Minneapolis
August 6th: Mayan Theatre, Los Angeles
August 7th: The Observatory, Santa Ana
August 8th: Outside Lands Festival, San Francisco
August 20th: Pukkelpop, Hasselt
August 22nd: Dockville Festival, Hamburg
August 23rd: Lowlands Festival, Biddinghuizen
August 28th: Reading Festival, UK
August 29th: Leeds Festival, UK
September 4th: End of The Road Festival, Larmer Tree Gardens UK
September 6th: Electric Picnic, Ireland
December 2nd: Nerve Centre, Derry
December 3rd: Barrowlands, Glasgow
December 6th: Albert Hall, Manchester
December 7th: Institute, Birmingham