A few months on from the release of their latest full-length, Celebration Of A New Dawn, Helsinki's Black Lizard have unveiled a new video for 'Black Shadow'

Earlier this year Finnish psych-rockers Black Lizard unleashed their third full-length in a now decade-long career. Celebration Of A New Dawn saw the four-piece deal in a spectral garage-psych sound that calls on the scuzzy snarl of the finest Nuggets cuts and the swirling, neo-psychedelic march of the early 90s.

Having just being announced for Fuzz Club Eindhoven 2018, Black Lizard have unveiled a new video for ‘Black Shadow’, the penultimate track from Celebration Of A New Dawn. Set to distorted VHS footage the track is a piece of expansive, appropriately-shadowy psych-rock that’s driven by a rolling, sluggish rhythm section and echoing vocals. You can check it out below…

Since forming back in 2008, Black Lizard have been busy leading the charge in the ever-fruitful Scandinavian underground with a relentless gig schedule and a constant stream of releases. They’ve collaborated with the likes of Anton Newcombe and Sonic Boom (Spacemen 3/Spectrum) and toured Europe several times, appearing at a number of festivals including Great Escape and sharing the stage with the likes of Brian Jonestown Massacre, DIIV, The Men, The Horrors, Allah-Las and Veronica Falls along the way.

Celebration Of A New Dawn follows Black Lizards self-titled debut album (2013) which was recorded by Newcombe and mixed by Boom, and their highly-praised sophomore effort, Solarize (2015). The band is comprised of Paltsa-Kai Salama (vocals, guitar), Joni Seppanen (guitar), Lauri Lyttinen (bass) and Onni Nieminen (drums, percussion).