The Charlatans document Japanese tour in ‘Let The Good Times Be Never Ending’ video – watch

The song is taken from the band's 12th album 'Modern Nature'

The Charlatans have unveiled a new video for their track, ‘Let The Good Times Be Never Ending’.

The song is taken from the band’s 12th album ‘Modern Nature’, which came out in January. The clip itself documents the group’s recent tour of Japan in support of the LP. It was filmed and directed by Libby Burke Wilde. Watch below.

Charlatans frontman Tim Burgess recently shared a track from his Record Store Day single, which was released last weekend (April 18). Burgess enlisted Factory Floor’s Nik Colk Void to provide backing vocals on the track, ‘Like I Already Do’. It also featured Peter Gordon, who has worked with the likes of Arthur Russell, Laurie Anderson and LCD Soundsystem’s James Murphy.

The track was recorded in New York and Burgess told The Quietus that the collaboration came about very naturally. He said: “We were in the studio. I had the song. Nik wanted to show me a vocal idea, Peter loved it and it stayed.”

The Charlatans will play next week’s instalment of Later… with Jools Holland on April 28. They will be joined on by Florence + The Machine, LA trio Mini Mansions, James Taylor, Madisen Ward & The Mama Bear and Andreya Triana.

This week’s episode (April 21) of the BBC Two music variety show featured Mumford & Sons and Noel Gallagher, while last week (April 14) saw Blur perform two new songs.