M83 star Morgan Kibby continues to impress with solo project
Ed Keeble

10:11 2nd July 2014

White Sea has premiered an awesome and incredibly surreal video for her single 'Prague'. Watch the video below.

The video itself is an artistic piece that plays on growing up in high school and images of the body in an etheral manner (to describe it any other way would ruin it). It also features a rather enigmatic Kibby channeling her inner Kate Bush, emerging swathed in a hood and smoke. This is a real pop star ladies and gentlemen. 

Watch the video for White Sea's 'Prague' below

'Prague' is taken from White Sea's debut album In Cold Blood, which was released back in May. It's a record that is a strong contender to be included in end of year lists and we strongly recommend that you check it out. 

Below: The 18 best new artists on the road right now

  • Banks: Catch the BBC Sound Of 2014 finalist and the future of dark and sexy pop-noir in Bristol, Birmingham, Glasgow, Sheffield, Manchester, Oxford, Brighton and London in March.

  • Temples: Big hair, big rock and the regal return of psych rock will be on the road as Temples roll into Glasgow, Hull, Nottingham and Leeds this month before hitting Birmingham, Oxford, Manchester, Cardiff, Bournemouth on their own next month.

  • Say Lou Lou: Pop's freshest faces are here to inject a little bit of sublime grace into music. Catch them supporting London Grammar in Glasgow, Leeds, Bournemouth, Birmingham and Bristol, before the twins play their own headline show at London's XOYO on 25 February. They'll be back to play Live At Leeds festival in the Spring

  • Thumpers: This duo are the ultimate celebration of all that's ace that about proper indie pop. Want to have a good time? Then you're in luck - they're touring more or less EVERYWHERE in the UK in February and May. Catch them in smaller venue while you still can.

  • SKATERS: Giving short and spiky garage rock a much-needed kick up the arse, this NYC trio will be playing Bristol, Birmingham, Leeds, Nottingham, Glasgow, Manchester, London and Southampton this month and in March to support their debut album, Manhattan.

  • Asgeir: Just when you thought Iceland couldn't export any more heaven-voiced delights, Asgeir lands in our lap. See what all the fuss is about when he plays London, Liverpool, Dublin and Galway in April.

  • Radkey: A wave of brutal noise-rock is storming over from the Atlantic to tear a new one in London, Birmingham, Nottingham, Leeds, Glasgow, Newcastle, Manchester and Bristol in February and May. It might get loud.

  • Arthur Beatrice: Their debut album Working Out is a charming blend of subtlety and warmth, and they'll be launching it at London's Rough Trade East of 24 February before countless more shows throughout the year.

  • Woman's Hour: Much more melodic than the topical Radio 4 chat show, Woman's Hour are a dark and hypnotic affair that will leave you utterly transfixed. They're currently supporting Anna Calvi around Europe and will be back to play London, Manchester, Sheffield and Nottingham in April.

  • Cyril Hahn: With his 'Say My Name' remix of Destiny's Child, Hahn uncovered a simple yet effective tool in production of slowing down vocals and fitting them over a melodic deep house groove. Experience the dance awesomeness when he plays London and Manchester in April.

  • Sampha: Don't think about too much, just go check out his magnificent voice with Boyz Noize in Liverpool on 22 February before he dominates the live circuit throughout 2014.

  • Darlia: The year of the guitar band never happened, but that hasn't stopped the UK rock and indie scene flourishing in the past year. When it comes to 2014, Darlia are leading the charge. Get some noise when they play London this month before hitting Liverpool, Leeds and Brighton in May.

  • RAC: Formerly a prolific remixer, Portland producer Andre Allen Ajos dropped his flawless Don't Talk To EP in October 2013, signalling big things to come from the US star. Watch the dancefloor erupt when he appears at the Hoxton Square Bar and Kitchen on 25 February.

  • Phoria: Brighton collective Phoria made waves with their 2013 EP Bloodworks, and are set to follow in the epic, downtempo footsteps of the likes of James Blake with their gloomy yet euphoric sounds. Get lost in their dreamy haze in Bristol on 19 February.

  • Bondax: Prodigy producers Bondax are as young as they come. With a totally fresh airy take on disco/house production, they're a shoe-in to steal a top spot next year. Watch them take aim on taking the dance throne from Disclosure when they play Manchester, Reading, Southampton and Bath this month before taking to Falmouth and Edinburgh in March.

  • Pawws: Prepare to have your heartstrings pulled and dancing shoes dirty with the delightful Pawws. She plays the Lexington in London on 12 February before joining the mighty Thumpers on their February tour.

  • Drowners: Fresh from supporting Arctic Monkeys in the US, these noisey young upstarts will be hitting Rough Trade East on 22 February before joining Skaters on their UK tour.

  • Chloe Howl: Missing out on the top five of the BBC Sound of 2014 poll but destined for huge things nonetheless, catch this charming and intelligent young songstress at Dingwalls on London on 27 February before supporting Ellie Goulding at the O2 in March and touring relentlessly throughout the year.