The second part of their film trilogy...
Daughter

Daughter's return has been stately, elegant, poetic - everything you'd expect from that band, really.

New album 'Not To Disappear' will be released on January 15th, and to celebrate the band will play three intimate and entirely sold out UK shows.

Alongside this, Daughter have outlined plans for a trilogy of music videos. 'Numbers' is the second in this three part series, and was crafted by Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard.

The film makers comment:

"We love this band and have worked with them since their first video. From their early demos coming out of the studio it was obvious they were setting the bar exceptionally high with the new album. So we wanted to take an ambitious approach to the videos, starting by commissioning three short stories by one of our favourite emerging authors, Stuart Evers. Then we adapted these into a trilogy of interwoven films, all shot on the Kent coast in one shoot. A different actor leads each one: Richard Syms, Natasha O'Keefe and Marama Corlett. Plus there's some sly references to Daughter's past for the eagle-eyed."

Check out 'Numbers' below.

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