New Noise Magazine is extremely ecstatic to be bringing forth the video premiere of “KO” by the every energetic Dancehall. The song’s quiet parts feature a rhythmic guitar with a steady beat, but as the song gravitates towards the crash there is a thunderous ruckus of fuzz driven distorted guitars. Fueled by the slightest dissonance, the song’s vocals are rather catchy, becoming ingrained in a listener’s ear. It’s easy to hum along and feel entranced by “KO,” and Dancehall seem to be just that, a groove driven band ready to bring a pulse to the world surrounding.

“We filmed this video at Kluster Rooms in Limehouse (same place we recorded the single and where we rehearse every week) with a roll of blue paper, some lights we ordered off Amazon for £40. It was filmed by our drummer’s brother and edited by our guitarist Craig after hours at work. The video also features Connie, a (domestic) rat living at Kluster Rooms who was professionally handled by Hattie Ladd.” – Dancehall

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Photo by Keira Cullinane


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