Wednesday, January 06, 2021

Watch: Speedboat Premiere New Single/Video "Dog Toy"

Brighton-based new wave-inspired/synth pop band Speedboat have premiered the video for their new single "Dog Toy".

The song is taken from their their debut EP 'Split The Bill', which will be available on via 0800-MOSHI-MOSHI on 12th February. Pre-order your copy here.

Dog Toy explores the seldom-visited realm of carnal desire and sex toys. The song perfectly encapsulates the duos widescreen new wave-inspired synth pop and the video does an excellent job of reflecting that with a perfectly observed micro-blockbuster which wouldn’t look out of place on a 1984 edition of TOTP.

"The video's wackiness is only surpassed by the sheer ambition of Dinomoves’ genre bending, reality jumping visual interpretation. With minimum budget and maximum effort - the video reflects the blurred themes that the track explores and takes you on a trip of kicks and pleasure” said the band.

Watch/listen below.

Watch: Shame Drop New Single/Video "Nigel Hitter"

South London post punk/indie rock band Shame have  drop the video for their new single "Nigel Hitter".

The song is taken from their upcoming sophomore album 'Drunk Tank Pink', produced by James Ford (Arctic Monkeys), set to arrive on January 15th via Dead Oceans. Pre-order your copy here.

Watch/listen below.


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Watch: TV Priest Unleash New Single/Video "Press Gang"

London post punk/punk band TV Priest have  unleashed the video for their new single "Press Gang".

The song is taken from their debut full length album 'UPPERS', which comes out on February 5th via Hand In Hive Records. Pre-order your copy here.

Watch/listen below.


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Watch: COMA Unveil New Single/Video "START / STOP / REWIND"

German indie-electro/cosmic pop duo COMA (aka Georg Conrad and Marius Bubat) have unveiled the video for their new single "START / STOP / REWIND".

The song is out today (January 6). Get it here.

From the duo: “This song is about challenges given by mood swings, about rituals, prevention and the soothing effect of starting (all over) again. The song was originally planned as a bonus single alongside our spring tour and festival summer, that both never happened. Yet we also think the song fits quite well to the beginning of a new year where maybe things can only get better. So with this track, we hope to transmit some good karma for a better 2021 and we both wish you a happy new year. Spread love and hope!”.

Watch the clip below.


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