The Sam Willows have been keeping themselves busy.
After their mid-afternoon set at the recent Summer Sonic Festival in Tokyo, the four-piece have released two special items ahead of their album release, which is set for the end of the year.
The Sam Willows have released an exclusive compilation album in Japan, which consists of 16 songs from the band's catalogue — marketed and distributed by Sony Music Japan, this makes them the first English-performing Singaporean band to release a record under a major label in Japan in recent years.
Apart from releasing the album, the band also released a music video for their latest hit, 'Save Myself'. The song, which delves deep into mental issues, takes a different route than most of their songs. Decisively hopeful and soaring, 'Save Myself' showcases greater range in the four-piece than we've ever seen.
Check out the video for 'Save Myself':