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Check out Mini Mansions' new video for 'Midnight In Tokyo'.

They describe the track as "no deep cut, but it’s content sure does cut deep".
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Published: 10:15 am, October 11, 2018
Check out Mini Mansions' new video for 'Midnight In Tokyo'.

Mini Mansions have delivered a brand new video.

The clip is for 'Midnight In Tokyo', which is taken from the band's latest EP, 'Works Every Time'.

“For a song birthed out of a life changing trip to Japan, it seemed only fitting to go back to the scene of the crime," the band explain. "This video was shot in one night out in Tokyo. We present to you the video for our new single “Midnight In Tokyo””

Described as 'Gorillaz-inspired', they describe the track as "no deep cut, but it’s content sure does cut deep".

You can check out the clip for 'Midnight In Tokyo' below.

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