The track is taken from Tanlines’ debut LP ‘Mixed Emotions’ and is also available as a free download, which you can get by clicking here.
Speaking to NME about the video, which sees a group of people in a old fashion looking pub watching Tanlines perform on television, Barratt said: “I just wanted a lot of odd people basically. I didn’t want it to be in a particular time or place. The people are dressed slightly 1950s, but it looks like the 1970s. I want it to look like it’s being filmed in East Germany in 1981.”
To read the full interview with Julian Barratt in which he discusses the future for The Mighty Boosh and what he makes of Noel Fielding’s Luxury Comedy, pick up the new issue of NME. It’s on UK newsstands and available digitally now.