Video: Hypnosister – I’m Going To Die (Official Video)

Hypnosister (Ex-Allusondrugs) Reveals Music Video for “I’m Going To Die” and Winter Tour Dates!

Following his debut EP release, numerous singles and a slew of shows throughout this year, Hypnosister (aka Ex-Allusondrugs guitarist Damian Hughes) has revealed a music video for his space-pop banger “I’m Going To Die” on 2nd November. Watch I’m Going To Die below:

After his departure from Leeds based psyche-grungers Allusondrugs, Hughes launched his new fuzzed out space pop project, Hypnosister in mid 2017 drawing influence from My Bloody Valentine, Nirvana and Neutral Milk Hotel. Having released only a single EP and handful of singles and played a couple of short runs of shows earlier this year, Hypnosister has already attracted the attention of the likes of XFM’s John Kennedy, Punktastic and Upset Magazine.

You can read our review of the EP here and watch our video review below:

Taken from the self titled debut Hypnosister EP, I’m Going to Die delivers Hypnosister’s signature big choruses and soaring space rock guitars akin to the likes of grunge legends Nirvana and shoegaze luminaries My Bloody Valentine, while this time exploring more progressive, eclectic songwriting, straying slightly away from the standard pop song format and including elements of carnival music.

“It’s about the people who manage to find truth in a world that’s completely locked up in deciet” Says Hughes. “When they try to spread that truth to help free people they end up crushed, driven to madness or simply just dissapear at the hands of those that want the truth kept quiet.”

Catch Hypnosister at one of the following shows across the UK:

10th November – London, The Good Mixer
17th November – Keighley, The Exchange
30th November – Lancaster, The Bobbin
5th December – Bath, Komedia




You can order the EP via Big Cartel. You can find out more about Hypnosister and keep up to date with news by going to the website. As well as going to FacebookTwitterInstagram and YouTube.

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