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Alt-pop newcomers Wooze have dropped a new 8-bit game and video for 'Ladies Who Lunch With Me'

Help Theo find his band bud, Jamie.
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Published: 11:15 am, November 29, 2018Words: Sam Taylor.
Alt-pop newcomers Wooze have dropped a new 8-bit game and video for 'Ladies Who Lunch With Me'

Wooze have released a new game and video for their single, 'Ladies Who Lunch With Me’.

The 8-bit game and accompanying music video precede their support slot with Spector at the Dome in London on 4th December.

The game’s blurb reads: “Playing as Theo, players must navigate a series of obstacles and enemies in a quest to find fellow band member Jamie. Played out across a series of pixelated scenes from WOOZE’s recent music videos, and sound tracked by an 8-bit version of ‘Ladies Who Lunch With Me’, the game culminates with the band members reunited, picking up their virtual instruments, and performing ‘Ladies Who Lunch With Me’ in its entirety.”

Watch the video below, and play the game here.

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