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Ider have shared a new video for ‘Wu Baby’

It’s the latest track from their debut album.
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Published: 2:02 pm, June 24, 2019
Ider have shared a new video for ‘Wu Baby’

Ider have shared a new video for ‘Wu Baby’.

It’s the latest track from their debut album ‘Emotional Education’, due for release on 19th July.

“We wanted the video to depict the darkness, the lust and madness of the song,” they explain. “It's about the experience of being totally infatuated and obsessed with someone, usually at the beginning of a relationship, when you don't know exactly where you stand but you know you are about to throw everything into this new found love.

“It's sort of that secret conversation you have with yourself where you admit your dangerous fascination and brace yourself for the emotional rollercoaster that's about to come. We decided to shoot in a live performance style, in order to visually represent the energy of the music.”

The duo also have tours planned for November 2019 and February 2020, as well as festival sets at Latitude, Way Out West and more over the summer.

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