Dum Dum Girls Slink and Soothe in ‘Under These Hands’ Video
"London Session" clip offers a minimal and powerful rendition of the 'Too True' track
When it comes to promoting their expertly arranged latest album, Too True, Dum Dum Girls have gone big on the music video front. There was, of course, the Bret Easton Ellis short film for “Are You Okay,” and the Jem and the Holograms-channelling “Rimbaud Eyes” cartoon, but also the hazy, gauzy, über-Goth clips for “Too True to be Good” and “Lost Boys and Girls Club.” At last, however, viewers at home can see the same Dum Dums that made our Best of SXSW list. Above, you can catch a spare, black-and-white video for “Under These Hands,” commissioned by fashion brand All Saints for their London Sessions series. The slinky song fits well into the intimate, smoke-filled room, and showcases the confidence and personality behind Dee Dee Penny and her leather-clad posse.