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Giant Rooks - All We Are (Official Video)

Giant Rooks - All We Are from the debut album ROOKERY. Listen here:

ROOKERY Tour 2021
01.04.2021 IT-Bologna | Locomotiv Club
02.04.2021 IT-Milan | Circolo Magnolia
04.04.2021 LU-Luxembourg | Den Atelier
07.04.2021 NL-Nijmegen | Doornroosje
08.04.2021 NL-Amsterdam | Melkweg
09.04.2021 FR-Strasbourg | La Laiterie (New)
11.04.2021 UK-Liverpool | O2 Academy 2 (New)
13.04.2021 UK-Brighton | Patterns
14.04.2021 UK-London | Village Underground
15.04.2021 UK-Manchester | Academy 2
16.04.2021 FR-Paris | La Maroquinerie
18.04.2021 DK-Copenhagen | VEGA
19.04.2021 NO-Oslo | Blå
20.04.2021 SE-Stockholm | Nalen Klubb
22.04.2021 PL-Warsaw | Hydrozagadka Club
23.04.2021 CZ-Prague | Rock Café (Upgraded)
27.04.2021 ES-Madrid | Independance (Upgraded)
28.04.2021 ES-Barcelona | Razzmatazz 3
10.05.2021 DE-Leipzig | Haus Auensee (Sold Out)
11.05.2021 DE-Berlin | Columbiahalle (Sold Out)
12.05.2021 DE-Berlin | Columbiahalle
13.05.2021 DE-Cologne | Palladium (Sold Out)
15.05.2021 DE-Dortmund | Warsteiner Music Hall (Sold Out)
17.05.2021 CH-Zurich | X-TRA
18.05.2021 DE-Erlangen | Heinrich-Lades-Halle
19.05.2021 AT-Vienna | Arena Open Air (Upgraded)
20.05.2021 DE-Wiesbaden | Schlachthof (Sold Out)
21.05.2021 DE-Hamburg | Sporthalle
23.05.2021 DE-Muenster | MCC Halle Münsterland
24.05.2021 DE-Stuttgart | Liederhalle
25.05.2021 DE-Munich | Zenith (Upgraded)
26.05.2021 DE-Hanover | Swiss Life Hall





With Louis Hofmann and Veronika Baron

Director: Ben Miethke
Director of photography: Tobias Blickle
Producer: Ben Turlach
Executive producer: Gabriel Waldvogel Yannick Fauth
Creative Direction: C/O Magick Matthias Klein
Assistant camera: Christoph Hoevel Timo Blessing
Steadicam: Kevin Bose
Styling: Christina van Zon
Choreographer: Annalise van Even
Makeup: Sutida Vestewig
Props: Julian Wegner
Location sound: Leo Aderhold
Editor: Matthias Graatz
Visual effects: Supercontinent Mario Bertsch Max Auer
Colorist: Mike Bothe
Sound design: Denis Elmaci
Graphic design: Cédric Gottet
Laboratory: Studio L'Equipe


Hülya Akin Agentur Players
Michael Boxrucker Kodak Germany
Armin Steinborn FGV Schmidle
Yves Dujardin Studio L'Equipe
Florian Bellack
Angelika Hinterbrandner Justus Schweer Brandlhuber+



the first signs
were the ashes laying down
on the rooftop of our house

and on the inside we didn’t make a sound
the fear we used to drown

all we are is true
I can read it in your eyes
as we’re catching fire
now we’re out of time
we could try out all the things
we’ve never tried

love tell me what you’d like
to do with me tonight
before the meteor arrives
oh and would you take my hand
before everything will come to an end

on a Tuesday we first spoke ’bout
certainly we won’t get out
it was a Wednesday afternoon
that I found out
’bout your stairway to the clouds

we see it getting closer
through your telescope
a blue shadow’s approaching
as we’re observing the night

oh take my hand before everything
will come to an end
take my hand

#GiantRooks #AllWeAre #Rookery #LouisHofmann

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