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Cristobal and the Sea drop new video for 'Steal My Phone'

It's a homage to cheesy 90s MTV videos.
Published: 9:31 am, August 17, 2017
Cristobal and the Sea drop new video for 'Steal My Phone'
Cristobal and the Sea have shared their new video for ‘Steal My Phone’.

It was filmed in a boxing gym in London and sees the band putting their moves to the test both athletically, and with a spiffy dance routine.

"We decided to release some tension,” the band explain. “We also fancied a little dancing, a little homage to all those cheesy 90s MTV videos we all grew up watching. Unfortunately, it just came to proof that none of the boys in the band can dance. Leila was stellar, though.”

‘Steal My Phone’ is taken from new album 'Exitoca’, due for release on 22nd September via City Slang.

Watch ‘Steal My Phone’ below. This one also comes with a bum warning.



Catch Cristobal and the Sea on tour:

SEPTEMBER
03 UK Liverpool Get Loud in the Libraries (w/ Sinkane)
04 UK Glasgow Stereo (w/ Sinkane)
05 UK Barrow Get Loud in the Libraries (w/ Sinkane)
06 UK London Heaven (w/ Sinkane)

NOVEMBER
01 LUX Luxemburg De Gudde Wellen
02 CH Lucerne Schuur 200 20 CHF
06 DE Berlin Badehaus
07 DE Hamburg Nochtwache
08 NL Amsterdam Paradiso
10 FR Paris Pop Up Du Label
17 UK London Moth Club

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