It's a cliche to say that a band have always had a visual element to their music.
But Soulsavers have always had a musical element to their visuals. A production team hinging on Rich Machin and Ian Glover, almost from their inception the duo have been inundated with offers to use their music in film and television.
Yet most of the time, Soulsavers turn down those requests. Returning with new album 'The Light The Dead See' last year, the duo sparked another flurry of interest in their music.
The presence of Dave Gahan undoubtedly helped. The Depeche Mode frontman worked with Rich Machin and Ian Glover, adding his vocals to productions which were driven as much by contemporary electronics as they were by timeless Americana.
One track - 'Take' - has inspired a film maker to get behind the camera. Working of his own volition, Bernhard Wittich shot a clip in the deserted foothills of Peru.
A striking, beautifully shot clip 'Take' soon earned the admiration of Soulsavers. ClashMusic are pleased to bring you the first play of this dramatic video.
Watch it now.
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