Video Premiere: KHARTOUM – ‘Ten People’ (Live)

Fresh off the release of their new single, “Ten People,” KHARTOUM are sharing a live video for the track, and you can watch it right here at New Noise.

The London three-piece draw musical influence from contemporaries like Wolf Alice and Sunflower Bean, alongside dissident icons like Primal Scream and Death From Above 1979. They’ve also made a name for themselves and their blistering live sets over the years.

The new track follows their last single, “I Was Born,” which was met with praise from BBC Radio I’s Jack Saunders and saw the band feature as cover stars on Spotify’s “Hot New Bands” playlist.

The original inspiration for the track came during a soundcheck a few years ago and was revisited as the band created their sophomore EP, Some Days.

KHARTOUM’s Cam Gallaher says the EP marks the band’s journey into self-production.

“We recorded at the same time as building our own recording studio in the depths of Devon which has allowed us to immerse ourselves in the recording process to a greater extent than before. It’s given us the opportunity to consider every aspect of the songs and how they are brought to life and we are really excited by the results.”

Regarding the new track, Gallaher says, “’Ten People’ explores the idea that you can spend forever second-guessing what someone is thinking, but ultimately we have no idea what’s happening until all the cards are laid out on the table. People would much sooner project insecurities and demonise others as a form of defence than wait for something unthinkable to happen.”

Watch the live video for “Ten People” here:

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Photo courtesy of KHARTOUM

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