North London four piece Knights have revealed the video for brand new single ‘Borderline’.
Though relatively ‘new’ to the scene, Knights have been performing their passionately crafted brand of pop/rock in London since 2013 with bands such as EofE and have not only perfected their live set of soaring anthemic chorus’s and catchy guitar riffs down to a tee, but have also worked hard at creating a strong a loyal fan base a long the way. With festivals such as The Great Escape and Field Day and venues including The Old Blue Last, The Barfly and Hoxton Bar and Grill as regular haunts for the guys, it won’t be long before we see Knights taking to much larger stages.
‘Borderline’ is the follow up to their successful first release ‘Sidonie’. It was produced by well known producer John Mitchell (You Me At Six, Enter Shikari) and the video was directed by US talent Patrick Mason.
Borderline was written by frontman Digs Perrin and is a reference to crossing the line of acceptable behaviour, and that which can be forgiven. People fighting in relationships, making compromises followed by inevitable apologies.
An EP release is pencilled for next year and there will be more live dates to come so watch this space.