Watch: The Black Seeds' new video

Last updated 05:00 08/11/2012

The Black Seeds' latest video to Love Me Now

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Stuff has the honour to premiere the latest video of Wellington band The Black seeds today.

This music video for Love Me Now was produced and directed by Foxtree Studio's Vibol Moeung.

Inspiration for the concept of the video came from his recent move from Wellington, New Zealand to London.

East London's dynamic ambiance sets the scene, its vibrant young crowd become the main actors with the city's legendary street art as their stage.

 November 16 will see the release the Dust And Dirt: Deluxe Edition - a special new edition of the latest album which includes seven unreleased bonus tracks and features re-workings by UK producers DJ Vadim, and Prince Fatty.

Having spent winter performing at many of Europe's major music festivals, the band will head out on the road in December for three headline slots at Day On The Green alongside Fly My Pretties, followed by performances at Rhythm & Vines, Quit The City, Homegrown and more.

The video was produced with support of NZ on Air.

A Day On The Green: Kiwi Summer Edition

December 1, Mudhouse, Christchurch

December 8, Alana Estate, Wellington

December 18, Villa Maria,  Auckland

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