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Bloxx have cracked out the confetti canons for their uplifting new 'Off My Mind' video

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Published: 2:40 pm, July 23, 2020
Bloxx have cracked out the confetti canons for their uplifting new 'Off My Mind' video

Everyone's fave indie-poppers, Bloxx have released a new video for 'Off My Mind'.

It's a song from the band's upcoming debut album 'Lie Out Loud', due for release on 28th August via Chess Club Records.

Frontwoman Fee Booth says: "I think 'Off My Mind' is the most intimate on the record and maybe that I've ever written. It's definitely the most raw I've been in terms of descriptive content in lyricism. It's quite purely a song about sex and love. Who doesn't like that?"

Give it a watch below, and read more from the band in the not yet out August issue of Dork (and September too, but that's ages away - you didn't hear it from us).

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