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Live Review: Northeast Party House share official video for 'Shelf Life'

29 January 2020 | 9:49 am | Emma Jones

Northeast Party House have shared some new visuals for their latest single, 'Shelf Life' ahead of their album release next month.

Northeast Party House have unleashed the wild new visuals for their single, 'Shelf Life' today. Directed, produced and edited by the band's own synth player Sean Kenihan, the clip is very fitting for the hectic song.

Inspired by a marathon bender the band had at The Berghain in Berlin, 'Shelf Life' is the title track of the band's forthcoming new album and is an all-out party anthem that will have you moving within seconds. The visuals obviously needed to be on this level, and that's exactly what the band have here.

Set in what looks like a science lab, lead singer Zach Hamilton-Reeves runs on a treadmill facing a wall of televisions as the band tinker with computers and instruments around him. As the track starts to gain intensity, the clip also starts to descend into chaos before breaking loose into a glitchy rave. Watch below and let the madness take hold.

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Shelf Life is out February 28th. Pre-order here.

Words by Emma Jones

Image via Youtube