Lake Malice have shared the video to Power Game, which features on their debut EP Post-Genesis. The band have also confirmed details of a UK tour including Manchester gig.
Lake Malice will headline at Manchester’s Star and Garter as part of their 12 date UK tour in March 2024.
Speaking about Power Game, Lake Malice (Alice Guala on vocals and Blake Cornwall on guitar and production) said, “Power Game explores the theme of dealing with people who abuse their position of power. The dark and uneasy visuals of the music video empathise with the feelings of being lost and trapped when dealing with narcissistic and manipulative behaviour. With references to Immanuel Kant’s “moral laws”, the lyrics of the track explore the blurred line between right and wrong, in a setting where one individual tries to take control over people by gaslighting them. They then have to deal with the consequences of their own actions.”
The 2024 tour will come after a huge year for Lake Malice which has included touring with the likes of As Everything Unfolds, Bloodywood, Skindred, Vukovi, Vended and Enter Shikari, as well as sets at festivals such as The Great Escape, Download, Misery Loves Company and 2000trees.
When do Lake Maliace headline at Manchester’s Star and Garter?
Lake Malice headline at Manchester’s Star and Garter on 15 March 2024. The Manchester gig is one of 12 UK headline dates they have announced:
6 March – Brighton, Green Door Store
7 March – London, Underworld
8 March – Sheffield, Sidney & Matilda
9 March – Norwich, Waterfront Studio
13 March – Newcastle, Zerox
14 March – Glasgow, Classic Grand
15 March – Manchester, Star & Garter
16 March – Leeds, Hyde Park Book Club
20 March – Bournemouth, Anvil
21 March – Bristol, Rough Trade
22 March – Nottingham, Rough Trade
23 March – Birmingham, Asylum 2