Daughters debut “Guest House” the official video by A.F Cortes

DAUGHTERS DEBUT “GUEST HOUSE“ THE OFFICIAL VIDEO BY A.F CORTES

It has been a busy year of touring for Daughters, who have recently completed their third and final European dates in support of their highly-praised album, You Won’t Get What You Want (Ipecac Recordings), and today the Providence-born outfit debut their third video from the album, “Guest House.” 

 “It is always exciting to see our work interpreted by talented artists.” says vocalist Alexis Marshall of the A.F. Cortes directed video. “We first became familiar with Andres through his wonderful photographic work. His ability to capture unique moments, often missed by other photographers, is uncanny and we trusted him to be able to bring the same abilities as a director.”


The “Guest House” visual continues Daughters’ exploration into the world of black and white photography and film. Both of the band’s previously released videos from You Won’t Get What You Want, “City Song” and “Less Sex”, used the colour-free palette to create stunning, thought-provoking pieces that played on darkness and light, shadows and shading, to impart a variety of emotions, from the magic of a flickering candle to the beauty of the human form, and with “Guest House,” the exploration of psychological tension. 

The “Guest House” video arrives as the band launches a three-week North American tour, kicking off the trek this Saturday with a sold out show at Neumos in Seattle. The tour follows two prior sold out North American outings, a nod to the band’s riveting, and intimate, live performances.

Daughters North American tour dates:

November 30 – Seattle, WA @ Neumos # [SOLD OUT]
December 1 – Vancouver, BC @ Rickshaw Theatre *⁣⁣⁣
December 2 – Portland, OR @ Bossanova Ballroom *%⁣⁣⁣
December 4 – San Francisco, CA @ The Fillmore ^%
December 5 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Belasco Theater +⁣⁣⁣
December 6 – San Diego, CA @ SOMA Sidestage ^ ⁣⁣⁣
December 7 – Phoenix, AZ @ The Pressroom ^⁣⁣⁣
December 8 – Albuquerque, NM @ Sunshine Theater ^⁣⁣⁣
December 10 – Austin, TX @ Emo’s ^⁣⁣⁣
December 11 – New Orleans, LA @ One Eyed Jack’s ^⁣⁣⁣
December 13 – Birmingham, AL @ Saturn ^⁣⁣⁣
December 14 – Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade ^⁣⁣⁣
December 15 – Tampa, FL @ The Orpheum ^⁣⁣⁣
December 17 – Carrboro, NC @ Cat’s Cradle ^⁣⁣⁣
December 18 – Washington, DC @ 9:30 Club ^⁣⁣⁣%
December 19 – Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn Steel ^⁣⁣⁣
December 20 – Philadelphia, PA @ Union Transfer ^⁣⁣⁣
December 21 – Boston, MA @ Paradise Rock Club ^⁣⁣⁣
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^ w/ HEALTH, Show Me The Body
+ w/ Protomartyr, Show Me The Body
# w/ Lingua Ignota
* w/ Lingua Ignota, Haunted Horses
% Merch bundles not available 


A limited edition (500 copies), black and white vinyl edition of You Won’t Get What You Want and exclusive t-shirt are available with ticket purchases made via
daughtersofficial.com through Nov. 27. 

“Whether crammed inside our Brooklyn K! Pit or playing to thousands of horrified onlookers at this year’s Roadburn festival in the Netherlands, the Rhode Island experimentalists can turn any venue into a suffocating pit of anguish and despair…Band and audience alike enter a trancelike state thanks to the punishing, hypnotic nature of the music and the nightmarish aura that surrounds Daughters…there’s an undercurrent of vulnerability too, creating a unique cocktail of fear and adrenaline, as if anything could happen at any moment.” – KERRANG!

“Cheeky, rude, brutal, as precise as a surgeon’s knife: you won’t easily forget them.” – CVLT NATION

“With a stage presence most bands would kill for. Their intense mathcore/punk drove the crowd wild, with endless crowd surfers high fiving the band, who were usually heading the other direction on the crowd’s shoulders. The dark tent created an oppressive and weird atmosphere, mesmerising in the way the band just continued to exude energy.” – EVERYTHING IS NOISE 

“Daughters are as overpowering in this environment as they are in a sweaty club. Waves of noise are propelled by slabs of percussion, as Alexis barks apocalyptic prophecies, held aloft by the crowd.” – ECHOES AND DUST

“One of the most eagerly anticipated performances of the weekend came in the shape of Daughters (5/5). Their odd and quirky approach to music is what makes them so intriguing, and it is the idea of playing by their own rules which makes people drawn to them. With a backing track of screeching guitars, vocalist Lex Marshall was throwing himself around the stage as the audience could not take their eyes off the hectic scene which was unravelling in front of them.” – ALREADY HEARD

“Daughters don’t skip a beat tonight and vocalist Alexis is up in front row’s faces near constantly as they tear through old and new material with gusto. There’s a pervading aura of menace, as if there’s a powder keg that could go off at any second. Sometimes, the keg does go off and is nothing short of a sonic riot; cacophonous, angular guitars, frenetic pacing and Alexis’ ever-present snarl. The band throw themselves around with reckless abandon, as does the crowd; they might have fizzled out before playing to quarter-full venues but they’re back now and ArcTanGent are more than here for it – it’s like they never went away. “ – NOIZZE

“Daughters are a band at their peak and should not be missed.” – GIGSOUP 

“It’s altogether terrifying, mesmerising, and absolutely thrilling to watch.” – SILENT RADIO

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