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Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard have shared a new video for their critique of idolisation, 'John Lennon Is My Jesus Christ'

Feat. Lia from The Mysterines.
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Published: 12:30 pm, March 05, 2020
Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard have shared a new video for their critique of idolisation, 'John Lennon Is My Jesus Christ'

Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard have shared a new video for their critique of idolisation, 'John Lennon Is My Jesus Christ'.

“For me personally there’s a fun contrast between the song itself, how we perform and the visual representation of the song through the dancers,” explains guitarist and frontman Tom Rees

“In a usual scenario, the song would be steeped in ego with four men sweating and drooling, swinging and swaying, screaming and shouting. It feels good to pair it with something distinctly pop, as opposed to rock, and see if it still rocks.”

The clip features Lia from The Mysterines, of which he says: “We had played a few shows with The Mysterines and had always been big fans of each other, so were always in touch and chatting about stuff we were getting on with. 

"We were thinking about toying with the idea of a film soundtrack for the single, and various alternatives we could do, and as we had been talking and playing together, we thought it made sense to work on something together. It was a very simple message on Instagram job, nothing too romantic, unfortunately.”

Check out 'John Lennon Is My Jesus Christ below, and catch the band on tour throughout April, and at Truck festival too.

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