Gaz Coombes premieres video for new single ’20/20′ recorded live at London’s 229 – watch

Single taken from Coombe's upcoming second album 'Matador'

Former Supergrass frontman Gaz Coombes> has premiered a video for his latest single ’20/20′, which was released last month.

The video – which you can watch below – was filmed live during a performance of the song at London venue 229 and is taken from Coombes upcoming second solo album ‘Matador’, due for release on January 26.

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‘Matador’ follows 2012’s ‘Here Come The Bombs’ and will be supported by seven UK tour dates in February. The LP was recorded in Coombes’ home studio as well as Courtyard Studios in Oxfordshire, with almost everything on the record played by Coombes himself.

Coombes begins his tour at Bristol Fleece on February 4, before visiting Brighton, London, Oxford, Birmingham and Edinburgh, finishing up at Manchester Gorilla on February 11.

Gaz Coombes plays:

Bristol Fleece (February 4)
Brighton Old Market (5)
London Queen Elizabeth Hall (6)
Oxford O2 Academy (7)
Birmingham Glee Club (9)
Edinburgh Pleasance Theatre (10)
Manchester Gorilla (11)

The ‘Matador’ tracklisting is:

‘Buffalo’
’20/20′
‘The English Ruse’
‘The Girl Who Fell To Earth’
‘Detroit’
‘Needle’s Eye’
‘Seven Walls’
‘Oscillate’
‘To The Wire’
‘Is It On?’
‘Matador’

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