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Honeymoan have released their first-ever music video, check out the glam new clip for 'Too Much'

"A lot of love went into the making of this video."
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Published: 12:06 pm, February 27, 2020
Honeymoan have released their first-ever music video, check out the glam new clip for 'Too Much'

Honeymoan have released their first-ever music video.

The clip is for the South African four-piece's track 'Too Much', a cut from their just-released new EP 'Weirdo', out now via Communion Records.

“A lot of love went into the making of this video, love of music, of film, beauty and of each other, and you can feel it," singer Alison Rachel explains. "Talented people came together because of a mutual love for creative expression and worked tirelessly to create this really special music video that I’m so proud to be a part of.”

Director Jesse Navarre Vos adds: “From the outset I had this idea of a performance video and I wanted the verse sections to take place in the day and have an almost natural light to them, and the chorus sections to be more night-driven, surreal, colourful and powerful. Too Much is the track that really stood out for me from the Weirdo EP and we had a lot of fun making the video. The whole crew really pulled together and Alison had to brave some pretty cold weather to get some of the shots.”

Check out 'Too Much' below.

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