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Blossoms have debuted a self-directed video for 'The Keeper'

It's a love letter to NYC. And pizza.
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Published: 6:02 pm, November 26, 2019
Blossoms have debuted a self-directed video for 'The Keeper'

Blossoms have debuted a self-directed video for their most recent single 'The Keeper'.

Debuted last night as Annie Mac's Hottest Record In The World on BBC Radio 1, the video is described as "a love letter with New York City as the backdrop", and was shot on Super 8 film. The hipsters.

"Shot and directed by ourselves, The Keeper is fundamentally a celebration of love in a very traditional and sincere sense, and we felt like New York City shot on Super 8 was the perfect place to visually interpret that,” the band reveals. “From Bleecker Street to a big pizza pie, we heart NY."

'The Keeper' is taken from the band's forthcoming third studio album 'Foolish Loving Spaces', which arrives on 31st January 2020.

You can check out the video for 'The Keeper' below.

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