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Alfie Templeman has released a new single / video combo with 'Obvious Guy'

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Published: 12:20 pm, July 02, 2020
Alfie Templeman has released a new single / video combo with 'Obvious Guy'

Alfie Templeman has released his new single, 'Obvious Guy'.

Co-written with former Kaiser Chief Nick Hodgson, it's a cut from upcoming EP 'Happiness In Liquid Form', set to arrive on 17th July via Chess Club Records.

"I really love funk music and have always wanted to venture into it more and more with my own music," says our Alf, "so it was great fun doing exactly that with the amazing Nick Hodgson! It came together extremely quickly and everything is super tight."

Of the accompanying video, created by Cotton Studios and Jake Huffcutt, he adds: “I love the ‘Obvious Guy’ vídeo because it’s so colourful and sums up the track perfectly. It shows the whole vibe of feeling unwanted until you find the right people in life."

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