Rejuvenated post-punks FOLK DEVILS have unveiled another video from their new comeback EP.
'My Slum Soul' is taken from the Forever EP, which features the band's first new music in more than three decades. Along with this and the brand new, previously revealed, title track, the release also features a new recording of the live favourite 'Ink Runs Dry'.
The poignant video is the work of the band's new singer Dave Hodgson, who joined in place of the late Ian Lowery when the band reconvened in 2016.
Forming out of the Notting Hill punk scene in 1983, Folk Devils quickly caught the attention of the inkies and John Peel, who awarded them three of his legendary sessions. They also found kindred spirits on support dates with the likes of The Fall, The Gun Club, Screaming Blue Messiahs and Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds.
Recorded at London's iconic Konk Studios with Grammy-winning producer Rik Simpson, the Forever EP is set for release on 18 September through Optic Nerve Recordings. Available on limited edition translucent red 10" vinyl, CD and download, it's available to pre-order here.