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Dans La Joie
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Animus Retinentia
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Markland
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NEW MODEL ARMY - Announces A Release Of Graphic Novel, Shares New Video Clip

Winter, the new album by New Model Army, which was released on 26th August, is of course to be one of the band’s highest charting albums of their 36 year career, and the highest in over 20 years. Now the British alternative rock/post-punk legends collaborated with New York City based artist Matt Huynh to create a graphic novel to accompany three songs from Winter. Matt Huynh’s comics and drawings are informed by sumi-e ink painting and shodo calligraphy. His clients include The New York Times, Esquire, Rolling Stone, and GQ. His work appears in the Museum of Modern Art’s collection and his comics have been presented on the Sydney Opera House stage.
In 2016, Huynh was awarded the World Illustration Award in the Editorial Professional category. He was nominated for Australian of the Year, appointed ambassador for New Beginnings Refugee Arts Festival on World Refugee Day, and awarded a special commendation by the United Nations Media Peace Awards for his interactive comic book The Boat. The 60 page graphic novel will be available from various outlets including on sale on the coming New Model Army European tour from the end of September.
New Model Army also released a brand new video for the song "Devil". The band commented: "As Devil is simply our take on an old, old story, we thought we'd borrow a visual accompaniment from one of the many thousands already in existence - F W Murnau's magnificent 1926 movie 'Faust', starring Gösta Ekman as Faust and Emil Jannings as Mephisto. We recommend anyone to watch the full movie and we hope you enjoy the song." Watch the video in the player below. Live dates and more informations about the upcoming book can be found at the following link. Link