Pumarosa Unveil Dramatic Video for ‘Lions’ Den’
London-based 4-piece Pumarosa have premiered the dramatic music video for their single Lion’s Den, the latest track to be lifted from their critically-acclaimed debut album The Witch. Watch the 60s and 70s cinema horror landscape-inspired visuals, directed by Niall Trask, below!

Speaking about the song Pumarosa said,
‘Lions’ Den’ is a song about ideology and power. It asks people to observe injustices around them and engage with their desire to challenge and disrupt the systems that enforce these cruelties.
Speaking about the music video Niall said,  
The anti-capitalist agenda of ‘Lions’ Den’ immediately conjured up nature documentary footage, and the need for survival,” Niall comments. “I wanted to look at the idea of nature versus nurture, and a man-made hive of bees being harvested by humans seemed like a good place to start.
This release surrounds the band’s forthcoming festival dates at the likes of Robert Smith’s Meltdown and Citadel.

Sunday 24th June – Robert Smith’s Meltdown Festival
Sunday July 15th – Citadel Festival