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Bull have released their sunny new bop, 'Bonzo Please'

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Published: 2:17 pm, October 02, 2020 Photos: Amy D'Agorne Craghill.
Bull have released their sunny new bop, 'Bonzo Please'

Bull have released their new single ‘Bonzo Please’.

Their third with new label EMI Records/Young Thugs, vocalist Tom Beer explains: “’Bonzo Please’ is a song about writing songs, thinking that maybe you can’t be inspired by someone else and that by constantly staring at and comparing yourself to other people, you miss out on what you personally have to offer.

“It’s also inspired by the modern day preoccupation with staring at your phone/TV constantly watching other people and ‘entertainment’ and is a kick back against it, trying to shake my head up and break out of the hypnotic depression.”

It arrives with a new video too, which saw the Yorkshire newcomers commission 50 pieces of artwork from 50 artists (friends and peers of the band, aged between 7 and 72), accompanied by animation created by Katy Daft.

Give it a watch below.

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