With their eagerly-awaited new album arriving in the coming months, Bear's Den have now dropped the next cut to be lifted from their forthcoming full-length.
The new single 'Blue Hours' comes accompanied by a stunning new video, created by illustrator and animator Ryan Anderson, and follows on from the previously shared tracks 'All That You Are', 'Spiders' and 'Shadows' in previewing their new LP, which is also called 'Blue Hours', which arrives on the 13th May via Communion.
Speaking about the new single, the band's Andrew Davie said, "Fundamentally 'Blue Hours' is a song about communicating with someone that's hard to reach. It's this idea of trying to have a conversation with someone through one-way glass, where they can't even see you and there's a real disconnect with how you're communicating. On one level, it's also an internal thing, where you're trying to get through to yourself.
"I think the act of writing songs, or even trying to write anything, is the act of trying to communicate, so I think theres something in that which is interesting."
Check out the new visuals for 'Blue Hours' in the player below.