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Cavetown has debuted a brand new video for his latest track, 'Sweet Tooth'

It's taken from his forthcoming album, 'Sleepyhead'
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Published: 10:09 am, March 13, 2020
Cavetown has debuted a brand new video for his latest track, 'Sweet Tooth'

Cavetown has debuted a brand new video for his latest track, 'Sweet Tooth'.

Taken from forthcoming album 'Sleepyhead', Robin Skinner (for it is he, etc - Ed) explains: “Ultimately, everyone has the same struggles when we boil it down, even if the details are different. That’s what I’m trying to get across with my music. It’s basically just me telling myself what I need to hear.”

Therefore, we presume that 'Sweet Tooth' is actually about what we need to hear - that Salted Caramel Kit Kat Chunkys are back on 2 for £1 at the local corner shop. That's definitely it, right? Right.

We caught up with Cavetown in the most recent issue of Dork. You can check out that chat here, and watch the vid for 'Sweet Tooth' below.

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