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Circa Waves have dropped a brand new video for 'Jacqueline'

The track is the first taster of their forthcoming fourth studio album 'Sad Happy'.
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Published: 9:02 pm, December 05, 2019
Circa Waves have dropped a brand new video for 'Jacqueline'

Circa Waves have dropped a brand new video for their recent single 'Jacqueline'.

The track is the first taster of their forthcoming fourth studio album 'Sad Happy', which is set for a physical release on 13th March next year.

The record will actually arrive in two bursts, though - with the 'Happy' side released individually in the new year via streaming platforms on 10th January.

On the new video, frontman Kieran Shudall says: 'Do you like conga lines? Of course you do! Who doesn’t? After writing a song the perfect tempo for conga it only seemed right that we rent a millionaires house and make a colourful 70s themed conga horror video. Not suitable for children or grown-ups scared of conga lines....'

Okay mate. Calm down.

You can check out the video below.

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