Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard have shared a new video for 'Late Night City'.
It's a cut from the band's recent 'The Non-Stop' EP, out now via Missing Piece Records / Communion.
“I wrote ‘Late Night City’ whilst working as a sound engineer in this dive bar in Cardiff, every Saturday night I crossed this bridge to get to work, and crossed the same bridge to get home,” frontman Tom Rees explains.
“Cardiff is quite famously known for level of debauchery that it unleashes on a Friday and Saturday night (the scenes can be likened to a renaissance painting in many ways), and whilst observing the hedonism and satanism and heroism I wondered how people justify late night behaviour, and after about ten minutes I decided (I’ve made my mind up don’t try and change it) that it was by submitting themselves to daily subservience at the hands of bosses or partners or whatever you like, and the song is just an exploration of that idea and whether one really does justify the other.
"In actual fact I just wanted to rip off ‘Born on the Bayou’ by Creedence."
Check out the new clip below.