Dec 162013
 

The Hidden Cameras - Year of the Spawn Artwork
Friends from Germany and the UK: did you know that you can already per-order the CD version of “AGE” via Amazon (UK, DE)? Everybody else: “AGE” audio snippets are available over at iTunes. But who really likes snippets? Exactly! Listen to our next single “Year of the Spawn” below. The song premiered earlier today at Q Magazine, and there’ll be a new music video directed by acclaimed documentary filmmaker Matt Wolf very soon.

What else is news? Our last music video for “Gay Goth Scene” has won yet another award. Director Kai Stänicke received the 1st price of the jury at short film competition “Bilderbeben” in Bielefeld last weekend.

And while we’re still working on a full tour, we can now confirm a second Canada show: The Hidden Cameras will be playing Starlight Social Club in Waterloo, ON in February, tickets are on sale now! We’ll also play London’s Bush Hall London in January, and you can get tickets for this UK show, too!

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Nov 252013
 

Fellow Followers: we’re happy to announce a new album by The Hidden Cameras, titled “Age”. Following up on the first single “Gay Goth Scene” it’ll be self-released on Evil Evil and comes with seven new songs (eight in total). Pictured left: the cover artwork of “Age”.

Our sixth studio album “Age” will be available from 24 January 2014 worldwide (Evil Evil/Motor Music), Canada will get the album on 21 January (Evil Evil/Outside Music). You can already preorder (and listen to snippets of) “Age” on iTunes (USACanada, Germany) and Amazon.

The album release will also be accompanied by a new string of live dates which will be announced soon.

You know drill: sign up for our mailing list and follow us around.

Age:
1. Skin & Leather
2. Bread for Brat
3. Doom
4. Gay Goth Scene
5. Afterparty
6. Carpe Jugular
7. Ordinary Over You
8. Year of the Spawn

Nov 232013
 

Great news from San Marino, Italy: Kai Stänicke received the “Short Film Award for Human Rights” at last night’s San Marino Int. Film Festival awards, honoring his short film for “Gay Goth Scene”. Including this international competition prize “Gay Goth Scene” has now won three awards overall – and there are even more film festivals coming up.

In other news, check back here on Monday at 3pm CET. We’ll have a rather exciting story to tell you. Also follow us on Facebook or Twitter if you haven’t already.

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Oct 302013
 

“Gay Goth Scene”  just won its second award, having been named best German short at the International Queer Film Festival Hamburg. Congrats to director Kai Stänicke!

Upcoming Screenings:
Nov 05 – ESP, Málaga, 23d Fancine – Fantastic Film Festival (official competition of online short films)
Nov 07 – CZ, Prague, 14Th Queer Film Festival Mezipatra
Nov 16 – SMR, San Marino, San Marino Film Festival (International Competition)
Nov 19 – AT, Wels, Youki – International Youth Media Festival (International Competition)
Nov 21 – DE, Hannover, Up-And-Coming International Film Festival Hannover (Competition)
Nov 23 – DE, Bochum, 21st Blicke Filmfestival des Ruhrgebiets (Competition)
Nov 23 – SVN, Ljubljana, 29th Gay And Lesbian Film Festival
Nov 29 – FR, Saint-Étienne, Face A Face Festival – Festival du Film Gay et Lesbien (Official Competition)
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Oct 052013
 

“Gay Goth Scene” is finally here! While the video itself has its online premiere in various countries – watch it at tape.tv, Clash Magazine, and Exclaim! – the digital single is out now on iTunes.

In case the short film isn’t available in your  country due to geoblocking (sorry about that, it’ll be available on Monday for everyone to watch!), here’s something to make up for that: a free download of Noblesse Oblige’s remix of  “Origin:Orphan”.

Hope you like what you see (and hear)! Let us know what you think by using #GayGothScene on TwitterFacebook, or wherever hashtags work these days.

UPDATE: “Gay Goth Scene” is now up on YouTube for the whole world to watch:

Sep 242013
 

Good news, everyone! Kai Stänicke’s short film for “Gay Goth Scene” has won the “Tadgell’s Bluebell Honor Award”, being named “Best Short Film About/For Youth” at the 16th Auburn International Film Festival for Children and Young Adults. The festival took place last week in Reading Cinemas in Auburn as well as Primary and High Schools from around the Western Sydney region. Many thanks go to the jury and all audiences!

While “Gay Goth Scene” has been shown on several film festivals throughout the year, the movie will be released online on October 4th with more details to be following very soon!

Jun 272013
 

Berlin people, hold on to your hat: The Hidden Cameras will be performing a special show at Berghain’s Kantine on July 13 to commemorate the release of their new single “Gay Goth Scene”—you’ll be able to buy a copy of the limited vinyl release on location. Tickets are on sale now for 15 Euros at KOKA36. Come around and get a sneak preview of our new album “AGE”.

Find more information here, rsvp on Facebook over here.

Jun 232013
 

The release of “Gay Goth Scene” is upon us. The video for “Gay Goth Scene” has already made the rounds at special screenings in Toronto, Los Angeles, Ogunquit and Tel Aviv with future screenings slated for Salento Finibus Tarrae in Italy, Queer Lisboa, Face a Face St. Etienne and Wiz Art in Lviv.

Before the song and video are set free onto the eternally fleeting internet, a limited edition 7” is going to be ready for patrons of our special Vazaleen appearance in Toronto June 30 (RSVP here)—tickets will be available at the door (limited, too), get them on general sale now.

Berlin fans can get their copy at a follow up show at Bergain Kantine on July 13—further news on this will be following soon.

“Gay Goth Scene” released on June 30, 2013. Artwork taken from “Gay Goth Scene” issue #2, by Joel Gibb and Paul P.