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Feet have dropped an oddball new video for ‘Outer Rim’

Feet’s debut album is due later this year.
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Published: 11:25 am, July 23, 2019
Feet have dropped an oddball new video for ‘Outer Rim’

Feet have dropped a new video for ‘Outer Rim’.

“The song started out under the alias Prang Meets Pong Meets Peng Meets Ping, since those were the only viable adjectives at the time with which we could describe it,” the band explain of the track.

“We soon came around to rationality and scrapped the whole bastard thing. Using the remaining debris, the song was soon reinvigorated into a punky-boi, with lyrical inspiration coming from seeing a shooting star whilst at our summer retreat”.

Feet’s debut album ‘What’s Inside Is More Than Just Ham’ is due for release on 4th October. The band will play Truck, Y Not and more this summer, as well as an October-November headline tour.

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