Girls In Hawaii have endured more than their fair share of tragedy.
Drummer Denis Wielemans died in a car accident back in 2010, with the grief-stricken band deciding to take an extended break. Spending time apart, Girls In Hawaii were gradually drawn back together, fuelled by a sense of gratitude to their fans.
A one off performance at Belgium's Deep In The Woods festival saw the spark re-ignited, with Girls In Hawaii deciding to kick off sessions on a new album. Bitten by the creative bug, ideas began flowing, with the group piecing together remarkably strong and deeply emotional comeback record.
Set to be released on September 16th, Girls In Hawaii allowed a camera crew to follow them for the final playback. Listening back to their creation, a host of emotions overwhelm the group, with weeks and months of studio labour finally coming to completion.
An engrossing, fascinating watch, you can catch the video first on Clash. Oh, and if you listen carefully you'l find the biggest preview of the new album yet available to UK fans in there, too...
Check out the video below.
'Everest' is set to be released on September 16th.
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