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Velvet Kills found a gold mine in a new clip!

Another single from the current EP received a visual accompaniment.This year, Su Eko and Harris Iveson came out with new material for their Velvet Kills project, which they called "Bodhi Labyrinth".

Photo: Daniel Picado

After the "Bitch Face" opener, another track from this six-item collection received a clip. This is the song "In the Gold Mine" and its processing is purely 80's. Watch out for the strobes!

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From 'Bodhi Labyrinth' - Listen here 🔊:

Velvet Kills "In the Gold Mine" ©Bodhi Labyrinth 2020

Producer & Director: Art Mistake

Director of Photography: Fotoplasta

Editor: Art Mistake Visuals: Astronauta Mecanico (

Styling: Art Mistake

Makeup: Susana Santos (

Special Thanks: Nada Temple ( Lisbon), NHL, Vileam


Open the doors to the labyrinth of your mind

Photo: Art Mistake

It is so. On March 7, the new Velvet Kills will be released, which the couple named "Bodhi Labyrinth". There will be six tracks on it, which will be released in cooperation with the Icy Cold, Manic Depression and Unknown Pleasures labels.

So far, there are two songs out there and the video, which is preceded by two teasers, is also being prepared for "Bitch Face".

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Directed by Alan Deprez

Written by Alan Deprez and Su Eko

Produced by Art Mistake

D.O.P. and Color Correction: Nicolaos Zafiriou

Ronin operator and 2nd camera: David Patel

Teaser edited by Corey Fleshman

The official release: March 2020 along 'Bodhi Labyrinth' landing on Icy Cold Records, Manic Depression Records & Events and Unknown Pleasures Records.


The long-playing novelty Velvet Kills is complemented by a limited twelve-inch

Su Eko and Harris want to please fans of limes and vinyls. It hasn't been long since Velvet Kills released the full-length CD "Mischievous Urges" and are already announcing with another carrier.

This time it is a limited edition of twelve-inch called "Mischievous Urges Special Edition". So don't be fooled by the title and buy if you have closer vinyls.

Released on Oráculo Records.

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