CABBAGE have just released the video for new single 'Arms Of Pleonexia', The black and white clip - filmed by the band's longtime collaborator Dom Foster - intersects with the track's take-down of the international arms trade.
Speaking about the film, CABBAGE say; "The video is an opportunist representation of how our simplistic, questionable minds view the odious backdrop of the arms trade and the delicate situation of political control that arises tensions all over the world. Catch 22 in layman's terms. The tensions not only exist in public safety and international bravado but is increasingly called upon in culture which reflects in our song and video. Lee and Joe, although their hairlines and blemishes are in high definition, are metaphorical states. With such institutions controlled by excessive greed, this inevitably leads to decisions that have huge detrimental effect. There are no winners in the arms trade. There are no winners in the video.”
'Arms Of Pleonexia' is lifted from CABBAGE's debut album 'Nihilistic Glamour Shots', due on March 30 via Infectious Music (Alt J, Drenge). Produced by The Coral's James Skelly.