MIA shares video for 'Double Bubble Trouble' - watch

The promo features 3D printers, dance routines and smoke filled bubbles

MIA has shared the video for 'Double Bubble Trouble'.

Click above to watch the promo for the track, which features on last year's 'Matangi' album. The video was directed by MIA herself and features the singer posing in front of graffiti which says '1984 is now' as well as adolescents attempting to print guns with a 3D printer and MIA leading a dance routine on a housing estate.

MIA will headline London's Lovebox festival later this year. The line-up also includes Nas, Chase and Status, The Horrors, A$AP Rocky, Joey Bada$$, Katy B, Banks, Mount Kimbie and Sub Focus. The festival takes place in London's Victoria Park on July 18 and 19 and tickets are priced from £35.

Elsewhere over the weekend there'll be sets from Ben Pearce, Bondax, Bonobo, Crystal Fighters, Cyril Hahn, David Rodigan, Dense & Pika, Duke Dumont, Elli Ingram, Gaslamp Killer, Hannah Wants, Horse Meat Disco, Huxley, Joy Orbison, Kaleida, Kiesza, Klangkarussell, Kyntro, Madlib, Mnek, Moderat, Paul Woolford, Roosevelt, Scuba, Shy FX & Stamina MC, Special Request, Submotion Orchestra, Tensnake, The Martinez Brothers and Vision Quest. Annie Mac, who is also appearing, hosts her own Annie Mac Presents arena.

Aside from the musical line-up, a host of activities including theatre, voga (vogueing yoga) and Burning Man's Distrikt have been announced. These additions follow a new partnership between the festival organisers and Secret Productions, co-organisers of Wilderness and Secret Garden Party.

To check the availability of Lovebox tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0844 858 6765

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