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Illustration for article titled Watch a whimsical claymation video from King Khan And The Shrines

Idle No More, the first album in six years from King Khan And The Shrines, is due out Sept. 3, and the band just released its second single, "Darkness," from the record. The sound and content are a complete 180 from its previous single, “Born To Die,” and the video matches the title. It’s a sweetly emotional story of two former circus stars, a strongman and human cannonball. Watch below, and check out King Khan And The Shrines’ upcoming tour dates under the video.

Oct. 11—San Diego, California—Casbah
Oct. 13—San Francisco, California— Slims
Oct. 14—Portland, Oregon—Dantes
Oct. 15—Vancouver, British Columbia—The Rickshaw Theatre
Oct. 16—Seattle, Washington—Neumos
Oct. 17—Boise, Idaho—Neurolux
Oct. 18—Salt Lake City, Utah—Urban Lounge
Oct. 19—Denver, Colorado—Larimer Lounge
Oct. 20—Kansas City, Kansas—The Record Bar
Oct. 21—St. Paul, Minnesota—Turf Club
Oct. 22—Madison, Wisconsin—High Noon Saloon
Oct. 23 —Chicago, Illinois—Bottom Lounge
Oct. 24—Cleveland Heights, Ohio—Grog Shop
Oct. 25 —Detroit, Michigan—Magic Stick
Oct. 26 —Toronto, Ontario—Legendary Horseshoe Tavern
Oct. 27 —Montreal, Quebec—La Tulipe
Oct. 29 —Boston, Massachusetts—Brighton Music Hall
Oct. 30—New York, New York—Webster Hall
Oct. 31—Philadelphia, Pennsylvania—Union Transfer
Nov. 1—Washington, DC—Black Cat
Nov. 2—Durham, North Carolina—Motorco Music Hall
Nov. 4—Atlanta, Georgia—Terminal West
Nov. 5—Birmingham, Alabama—Bottletree
Nov. 6—New Orleans, Louisiana—Siberia
Nov. 12—El Paso, Texas—Tricky Falls
Nov. 13—Phoenix, Arizona—The Crescent Ballroom


[via Consequence Of Sound]

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