Montreal's Young Galaxy release sequel to wildly successful video for 'We Have Everything'

Montreal art-rock outfit Young Galaxy are excited to release the sequel to the outstanding video for 'We Have Everything' which recently broke YouTube's 100,000 views barrier. The new video for 'Peripheral Visionaries' was also directed by Sinbad Richardson, a Montreal based visual artist working as an animator, designer and video director. Watch the video by clicking the still below. Young Galaxy are also excited to announce that they will be supporting label-mates Austra on their upcoming tour of Canada (full list of dates below).
In 'Peripheral Visionairies', Jennifer finds herself given a second chance to live a fulfilling life. A producer discovers her one night singing in a karaoke bar and gives her the glamorous life she had previously only dreamed of. In the end, she makes the same mistakes as in her previous less than privileged life, having learned nothing at all despite her creator's efforts. Will she ever learn?
"The band asked me to create a second animated music video and I suggested making a sequel to 'We Have Everything' off the same album," says Sinbad Richardson. "'Peripheral Visionaries' picks up where we left off, our main character is stranded on the side of the highway, her bus having broken down. This narrative interprets 'Peripheral Visionaries' as a confession to the attraction of the unholy and a belonging to an ambiguous (nonetheless determined) rebellion against virtue. Our main character was to give in to her superficial ambitions but not without a cost. The line 'We a sea, tears from the eyes of god' repeated over and over, is taken as a foregone conclusion."
Young Galaxy's Shapeshifting was recently included on the Polaris Music Prize long list becoming the only act in the prize's history to be included on the list in consecutive years. Upon the release of Shapeshifting, Young Galaxy was named CBC Radio 3, Aux TV and Exclaim Magazine's X3 Artist of the Month for February.

Young Galaxy World Tour Dates:
October 13 - Reykjavik IS - Iceland Airwaves
October 15 - Stockholm SE - Strand
October 19 - Oslo NO - Mono
October 20 - Göteborg SE - Pustervik
October 21 - Malmo SE - Debaser
October 22 - Hamburg DE - Indra Club
October 23 - Berlin DE - Comet Club
October 25 - Cologne DE - Elektroküche
October 26 - Amsterdam NL - Paradiso
October 27 - Paris FR - Flèche D’or
October 28 - Lille FR - Ground Zero Festival
October 29 - Brussels BE - Ancienne Belgique
October 30 - Manchester UK - The Deaf Institute
November 2 - London UK - The Lexington
November 16 - Vancouver BC - Electric Owl +
November 17 - Kamloops BC - Cactus Jacks +
November 18 - Edmonton AB - The Brixx Bar & Grill +
November 19 - Calgary AB - HiFi Club +
November 20 - Lethbridge AB - Tongue N Groove +
November 22 - Saskatoon SK - Amigos Cantina +
November 23 - Regina SK - The Exchange +
November 24 - Winnipeg MB - West End Cultural Centre +
November 25 - Fargo ND - The Aquarium +
November 26 - Minneapolis MN - Triple Rock Social Club +
November 28 - Chicago IL - Empty Bottle +
November 29 - Pontiac MI - The Pike Room at Crowfoot Ballroom +
December 1 - Toronto ON - The Phoenix Concert Theatre +
December 2 - Montreal QC - Cabaret du Mile End +
December 3 - Ottawa ON - Ritual Night Club +
December 4 - Waterloo ON - Starlight *
* with Austra