Boston Manor have just unveiled the music video for their latest track ‘Desperate Pleasures‘.
The track is featured on the Blackpool band’s new EP ‘DESPERATE TIMES DESPERATE PLEASURES‘, which is released today (October 29th).
Following the release of previous tracks ‘Algorithm’ and ‘Carbon Mono’, this song sees the group powering on with their punchy alternative rock sound.
The video features the five piece performing the track in a rehearsal room. The video’s effects are amazing when the chorus hits, giving you instant intrigue and focus.
Directed by Zak Pinchin, the song begins with a catchy guitar riff, before storming in with lead vocalist Henry Cox’s signature vocals. The chorus is instantly infectious and is sure to get you singing in a matter of seconds!
Cox talked about the single saying ‘It’s a song about generational change, I think the pandemic brought out some good in people but it also brought out a lot of nastiness. I saw a lot of appalling behaviour over the last 18 months & it made me feel quite depressed. As soon as people are placed under difficult circumstances they should come together, not start lashing out & taking everything for themselves. I guess this song is me hoping that things will get better.’
Boston Manor are due to embark on a UK tour in February 2022 starting in Brixton, London on the 10th, before finishing in Southampton on the 18th February. Tickets are available now from all reputable ticket holders!
Watch the video for ‘Desperate Pleasures’ below!
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