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Fraternal Parisian duo, WuW have today premiered a new music video via Distorted Sound Magazine, for Ce Silence Qui Nous Délivre De Tout, taken from their latest album, Rétablir L'Eternité. Filmed by Mille Plateaux Productions, the band sought influence from Jean-Teddy Filippe's 'Les Documents Interdits (The Forbidden Files)', a French series of short films. Of the music video, Guillaume Colin (guitars / percussion / keyboard) comments, “The main principle is that the fantastical and supernatural elements are only suggested instead of visible. Everything lies in the ambiguity of the images”.

Rétablir L'Eternité is out now via Prosthetic Records, and is available here.

WuW's latest album, Rétablir L’Eternité, is an invitation to slow down and immerse yourself in experimental, progressive instrumental missives. Composed and recorded between January 2018 and June 2019 in their own studio just outside Paris, brothers Benjamin and Guillaume Colin’s writing for Rétablir L’Eternité was more instinctive than ever. By allowing their unconscious to permeate their output, the music of WuW serves as a form of catharsis for its creators - letting the unknown be known.