Wear Your Wounds release new video ahead of full-length album

Ahead of the release of his first solo full-length, Converge frontman Jacob Bannon has debuted the first video from his Wear Your Wounds project.

Up until earlier this year, Wear Your Wounds had only sporadically released the odd single but now Bannon is set to unleash a full-length of his lo-fi project onto the world.

Bannon has no released the self-titled video track coming from the new record which is directed by Max Moore.

Describing the song Bannon said: ‘The song is about the psychological effects of negative experiences, and ultimately not allowing them to define who you are and wish to be.

‘I feel that most people can likely relate to that message in some way. The video is a recreation of the album cover and other visuals in the album.

‘The character creates a ladder to ascend to the sky. Looking for answers, hoping for a metaphorical confrontation in some way. The character also wears a mirror, being a literal reflection of the world that surrounds.’

The self-title album is set to be released via Deathwish Inc on April 7, Bannon will also be touring the project to promote the new record, see below for the fall list of dates.

21.04.17 Switzerland Pratteln @ Z7 w/ Crippled Black Phoenix
22.04.17 Netherlands Tilburg @ Roadburn Festival
23.04.17 Germany Karlsruhe @ Dude Fest
24.04.17 Switzerland Zürich @ Bogen F w/ Chelsea Wolfe
25.04.17 Germany Nürnberg @ Z-Bau
26.04.17 Czech Rep Prague @ Futurum w/ Chelsea Wolfe
27.04.17 Germany Berlin @ Berghain w/ Chelsea Wolfe
28.04.17 Germany Hannover @ Mephisto
29.04.17 Germany Köln @ MTC
30.04.17 UK London @ Desertfest
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