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Chappaqua Wrestling have a lovely time on tour in their new video for 'Is She Happy Turning On Her Side?'

Catch the band at Tenement Trail in Glasgow later this week.
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Published: 11:09 am, October 10, 2019
Chappaqua Wrestling have a lovely time on tour in their new video for 'Is She Happy Turning On Her Side?'

Brighton duo Chappaqua Wrestling have released a new video for 'Is She Happy Turning On Her Side?'.

The chilled out clip sees the band visiting the countryside, playing footie and playing some shows during their recent UK tour.

“The song was written towards the end of our time in Manchester,” explains Jake and Charlie. "It was written with a retrospective in-look to scenarios and encounters that we came across in the city. 

"The stories and setting serve as metaphors for moments and feelings that we continue to come across, regardless of the setting. In hindsight it was all pretty rosy.”

Check out 'Is She Happy Turning On Her Side?' below.

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