NME.COM offers you a sneak preview of the clip which contains a brand new track by the coolest band on the block...

FUN LOVIN' CRIMINALS star in a brand new MILLER GENUINE DRAFT beer advert which premieres on CHANNEL 4 in the UK tonight (December 1).

And NME.COM viewers can get an exclusive sneak preview of the video - which features the band performing in a red-hot New York traffic jam before it airs on TV - just click on one of the following links:


The advert, which will get its first terrestrial TV showing before 'Friends', shows the band stuck in a gridlocked motorway. Wiping his brow, Huey declares: "It's Miller time," and they clamber out and begin playing the title track to their new album, 'Loco', released through EMI next year.

Huey from the band, described as "the ultimate purveyors of New York cool", is reported this week to be looking at opening a bar in Dublin, in addition to his plans to launch a restaurant in London.

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