Sometimes simplicity is all it takes to make an engaging set of visuals. Woman’s Hour’s new video for “Conversations” is a beautifully understated work based off American choreographer and dancer Trisha Brown’s Group Primary Accumulation.

If you’re not up on your postmodern dance history, then just imagine a more artistic version of the “Single Ladies” dance. Lead singer Fiona Burgess describes the trippy black and white visual as: “Four non-dancers engaged in a conversation with ourselves. Separately together. The video highlights this isolation. Four people silently moving in sync.”

Woman’s Hour is getting ready to release their debut album Conversations on July 21 through Secretly Canadian. If you like what you hear make sure to check them out when they go on tour. The dates are below.

Tour dates:
June 7th  Field Day, London
June 11th  Fleche D’Or, Paris, France w/ Angel Olsen
June 21st  Best Kept Secret Festival, Hilvarenbeek, Netherlands
July 6th  Metropolis Festival, Rotterdam, Netherlands
July 19th  Farr Festival, Hertfordshire
July 20th  Latitude Festival, Suffolk
July 25th  Deer Shed Festival, Topcliffe
July 27th  Tramlines Festival, Sheffield
August 3rd  Kendal Calling, Kendal
August 8th  Beacons Festival, Skipton
August 16th  Green Man Festival, Crickhowell
August 29th  Bingley Music Live, Bingley
September 11th  Bestival, Isle of Wight
September 23rd Village Underground, London
September 24th  The Jericho Tavern, Oxford
September 25th  Hare & Hounds, Birmingham
September 26th  Belgrave Music Hall, Leeds
September 27th  Deaf Institute, Manchester