Eels frontman E takes revenge on London after false terrorist accusation - video

He turns UK capital into a toytown in the band's new video

Eels frontman E takes revenge on London after false terrorist accusation - video
Eels frontman Mark 'E' Everett has described how the band's new video is his version of getting revenge on London after he was questioned over being a suspected terrorist earlier this year.

Speaking to NME about the promo for 'Baby Loves Me', E gave his reason for turning parts of London into a toytown in it.

"It's my way of saying 'Thanks for making me feel bad by accusing me of being a terrorist in Hyde Park this June. I'll show you. I'll make your city look like a toy'."

The singer added that he's not entirely sure where the idea from the video came from.

"All I know is sometimes I'm big, sometimes I'm small, and sometimes I'm really, really tiny," he said. "Kind of like how I feel from day to day. And I see a lot of the world in this video, much like I do on our world tour right now."

Watch the video for 'Baby Loves Me' on the right of your screen now.

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