Dork Radio
Now playing:
In the mag...
Featuring Muna, The Murder Capital, Shura, Ezra Furman, Spector and loads more.
Order a copy
September 2019
Watch

Bloody Knees don their glad rags to film their new video for 'Something Nice' at a wedding

Isn't that... nice?
Sign up or log in to follow artists
Published: 11:27 am, November 20, 2018Words: Sam Taylor.
Bloody Knees don their glad rags to film their new video for 'Something Nice' at a wedding

Bloody Knees have released a new video for 'Something Nice'.

It's a track from their recent EP 'You Can Have It', and sees the lads smarten up for their mates' wedding.

Speaking about the track, frontman Bradley Griffiths says: “'Something Nice' is definitely one of our favourite songs.

“It wasn’t finished when we went into the studio, we finished writing it as we were recording it pretty much, so what you can hear is a song that is very much in the moment and I think a lot of the fun and energy in the track comes from that and is evident in the way the song sounds.

“We even ended up using a 12 string acoustic on the track and we were listening to a decent amount of Sheryl Crow at the time. It’s definitely Something Nice.”

Check it out below.

Give all this a try

Friendly Fires: Can't wait forever
Feature

Friendly Fires: Can't wait forever

It’s over eight years since Friendly Fires released their last album, but - after a prolonged period away - they’re finally back on the dancefloor with the shimmering ‘Inflorescent’.
Feelin' hypersonic: Sam Fender
Cover feature

Feelin' hypersonic: Sam Fender

Sam Fender is a man on a mission. Already beating current ‘biggest noise on the block’ Lewis Capaldi to a Brit Award, as his debut album nears its much-anticipated arrival, the sky really is the limit for an artist not short of stuff to say.
The new issue of Dork is out now, featuring MUNA!
New issue!

The new issue of Dork is out now, featuring MUNA!

There's also The Murder Capital, Shura, Ezra Furman, Friendly Fires and loads more.
Talk Show and Egyptian Blue take to Leeds for the latest Indie Banquet
Photos

Talk Show and Egyptian Blue take to Leeds for the latest Indie Banquet

L.D. Moses, The Shakamoto Investigation and Autosuggestion also played this weekend's event.
Like this? Subscribe to Dork and get every issue delivered direct to your door anywhere on the planet.
CONTACT PRIVACY ADVERTISE

© 2018 The Bunker Publishing