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Glass Caves visit a boxing gym for the video for their indie bop, 'Who Are You?'

It's from the former buskers' new EP.
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Published: 11:08 am, November 10, 2020
Glass Caves visit a boxing gym for the video for their indie bop, 'Who Are You?'

Glass Caves have shared a new video for their indie bop, 'Who Are You?'.

It's from the Yorkshire band's new EP 'A Spin Around The Sun', out now via Scruff Of The Neck, and sees them visit a boxing gym.

Singer Matt Hallas says: "'A Spin Around The Sun' is an overview of the life experiences we've been thrown into throughout the past year. It represents the broad range of emotions experienced during transition, whether it be loss, fear or excitement. This past year has been a rollercoaster."

He adds: "This EP has been the first time Elliott [Fletcher, drums] and I have really been able to write music by ourselves, so we've taken that opportunity to explore areas we wouldn't have otherwise explored."

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