Naima Bock has released a new live video performance of her song “Campervan.” The live rendition of the single was recorded with the Institute Collective, a contemporary choral ensemble founded by producer Hughie Gavin. The video, which was shot at Waverley House in Margate, England, finds Bock, violinist Oliver Hamilton, and the Institute Collective standing against whitewashed brick as they perform the song. Watch it below.

“It was a real pleasure to work with the Institute Collective, we had a beautiful day meeting all of the singers, arrangers, and crew,” Bock shared in a statement. “There was a very special energy whilst filming and the more we sang together, the better it got. I’m delighted to release this video and to have worked with such a talented bunch.”

“Campervan” was included on Bock’s debut album Giant Palm, which was released in July via Sub Pop/Memorials of Distinction. The band will head out on tour in September, performing at End of the Road Festival in Dorset, England and Dun Laoghaire Folk Festival in Dublin, Ireland before making their way across mainland Europe and back through the United Kingdom.


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09-02 Dorset, United Kingdom – End of the Road Festival
09-04 Dublin, Ireland – Dun Laoghaire Folk Festival (@ The Lighthouse)
09-08 Vienna, Austria – WAVES Festival (@Fania Live!)
09-11 Southampton, United Kingdom – Joiners*
09-13 Brighton, United Kingdom – Chalk*
09-14 Margate, United Kingdom – Olbys*
09-15 Oslo, Norway – by:Larm (@ Kafé Hærverk)
09-16 Oslo, Norway – by:Larm (@Kulturkirken Jakob)
09-17 Leeds, United Kingdom – Brudenell Social Club*
09-18 Newcastle, United Kingdom – The Cluny*
09-20 Leipzig, Germany – UT Connewitz
09-21 Hamburg, Germany – Reeperbahn Festival
09-22 Berlin, Germany – Marie Antoinette
09-23 Cologne, Germany –  Wohngemeinschaft
09-24 Frankfurt, Germany – Mounsontum
09-27 Nijmegen, Netherlands – Merleyn ^
09-28 Amsterdam, Netherlands – Paradiso (upstairs) ^
09-29 Bruges, Belgum – Villa Bota ^
10-08 Margate, United Kingdom – Elsewhere
10-11 Brighton, United Kingdom – The Hope & Ruin
10-12 Bristol, United Kingdom – The Cube
10-13 Manchester, United Kingdom – Gullivers
10-15 Norwich, United Kingdom – Wild Paths Festival (@Voodoo Daddy Showroom)
10-16 Birmingham, United Kingdom – Hare & Hounds
10-20 Oxford, United Kingdom – Florence Park Community Center
10-21 Glasgow, United Kingdom – Hug & Pint
10-22 Leeds, United Kingdom – Mill Hill Chapel
10-23 Newcastle, United Kingdom – Cumberland Arms
10-27 London, United Kingdom – ICA
* w/ Katy J Pearson
^ w/ Dana Gavaniski

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