For a few days, Muzu.tv has an exclusive look at our new video, for Kiss Me by the Water Cooler. Click on the still to check out it!
We got an Instagram account thing, so you can see lots of pictures of your favourite brothers and sister (just like this one of Sills shooting her latest straight-to-tv). The link is on the left of this page, or click ere.
Take off! Collider, the first single from our debut album, is out now. Preview it, and order it on limited-edition red vinyl, here. Or search for it on iTunes. We shot the next video on Monday. Will post some photos soon. X
Share our new video for Collider (above) on Facebook or Twitter or whatever to be entered into a prize draw. Up for grabs is every single we release from Tumble, our debut album (out in May). We’ll also throw in a 7″ vinyl, plus the album itself. Clickety click click, y’all.
Click here for our page on the Tapete Records website. If you’d like to. We’d like you to. Just read that Maximo Park are headlining the festival we’re playing in Germany in July. Holla x
B: We have some gigs booked.
B: Where what?
A: Where will you play?
B: In London. And in Germany. Hungover in Hanover, we’ll be. Details on the gigs page.
Last Friday night, we rehearsed on a farm in Essex. Then we began choreographing dance moves to make a video for Collider – it’s coming out on Tapete Records at the end of March – the first single from our debut album.
At midnight, we drove to a car park and performed our first dance. People wondered what the fudge we were doing. At 1am, we drove to a closed supermarket and danced. The staff frowned at us. At 2am, we drove to a bus station and danced. The buses frowned at us, too.
We danced on a roundabout (pictured) and on Tower Bridge. We danced as the sun rose on Primrose Hill. We danced outside Buckingham Palace, on Camden High Street, at Fenchurch Street station. As the sun set we danced on top of the National Theatre. It was cold; we grew tired. The dancing went on until 10pm, when we could take no more.
Catherine Williams shot the video on an iPhone. We hope to share it with you soon.
A big thanks, by the way, to everyone who came to Colchester Arts Centre last night. And thanks to F.O.X for having us support them. The gig was fun. I fell off the stage, but I’m as okay as I was before.