In just over a month Hundred Waters will be releasing their third album, Communicating. The first single from the album was 'Blanket Me', an emotional epic that gave a hint of the vulnerable core at play on the album. The second single 'Fingers' takes that even further, with Nicole Miglis torn between her desperate desire for intimacy and for privacy.

The extraordinary video for the song, directed by Allie Avital, plays into these conflicting feelings, which are summed up by the opening lines "sometimes I feel like I love you a little too much/ sometimes I don't want to touch." The video takes these contradictory bodily feelings and extrapolates them; it focuses on Miglis throughout, lying on the floor, and gradually several creepy crawlies (12,000 in the video!) start to pore over her body. The arresting images emphasise the discomfort of being in your own skin, but her natural affinity with the bugs also speaks to her comfort in intense situations. Watch the video below and check out Hundred Waters' newly announced EU tour dates beneath.

'Fingers' comes from Communicating, which will be released on September 15th. Read our interview with Hundred Waters all about the creation process behind the album.

Hundred Waters tour dates:

23 Oct - Manchester @ Deaf Institute
24 Oct - London @ Village Underground
26 Oct - Brighton @ The Haunt
27 Oct - Brussels, BE Autumn Falls @ Botanique
28 Oct - Namur, BE Autumn Falls @ Beautes Soniques
30 Oct - Amsterdam, NE @ Paradiso
1 Nov - Paris, FR Pitchfork Avant Garde @ Badaboum
3 Nov - Zurich, CH @ Rote Fabrik
4 Nov - Lugano, CH @ Studio Foce
5 Nov - Luzern, CH @ Sederl
8 Nov - Hamburg, DE @ Haekken