MIMI BARKS - Release New Single Video "SAW"

Doom Trap artist Mimi Barks has today unveiled the official music video for her single SAW. The track is taken from her debut mixtape ‘DEADGIRL’ which was released in December last year via Silent Cult and featured a collection of her most recent singles. Listen to the full ‘DEADGIRL’ mixtape right HERE.

"SAW, the third song on the DEADGIRL Mixtape, marks the resistance, rage, and anger I experienced while seeking my identity and self-worth on an emotional, spiritual, physical, and mental level.” - Mimi Barks

She continues to mention - “Working independently on set with a micro team—just me, and my videographer, and his camera—it takes me back to my roots. No crew, no lights, and no screenplay. It’s raw, industrial and dirty - with the walls of the derelict buildings captured in the music video reflecting the wrath and backlash of my internal war.”

Watch the official music video for ‘SAW’ right below!

The music video for ‘SAW’ is released ahead of Mimi Barks forthcoming UK/EU headline shows, kicking off on the 16th March in London, followed by dates in Haarem and Berlin before concluding on March 20th in Cologne. Full dates can be found below:


16 London, Black Heart, UK 
17 Haarlem, Patronaat, NL 
19 Berlin, Kantine Am Berghain, DE 
20 Cologne, MTC, DE

Tickets are on sale now at: Mimi Barks | Official Website

2022 was a special year for the Doom Trap Icon who shared her relentless stage presence across the UK and Europe while on tours with rock giants Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes, Combichrist and Saint Agnes. She graced the front cover of Kerrang! Magazine shortly after being awarded with ‘The Disrupter’ award at the official Kerrang! Awards 2022 and had a world premiere from Daniel P. Carter on the BBC Radio 1 Rock Show with her single ‘ASHES’ which also appears on the DEADGIRL Mixtape.

With her dark vision translating across multiple platforms, she had huge support from the likes of Nels Hylton and Alyx Holcombe at BBC Radio 1, Alex Baker and Johnny Doom of Kerrang Radio while also receiving high praise from the likes of Rock Sound, Revolver Magazine, LOUDER, Distorted Sound Magazine, Bring The Noise and Knotfest who shared their own outlook on the ‘DEADGIRL’ Mixtape, “DEADGIRL seems to have a personal chronology. The progression of the songs seems to begin with you at your darkest and culminate with you coming into your own – emerging from the trauma.”