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iDKHOW have shared a fancy new video for ‘Social Climb’ ahead of their very-nearly-here London show

"Social Climb is about my experiences living in L.A.," says Dallon.
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Published: 10:53 am, August 08, 2019
iDKHOW have shared a fancy new video for ‘Social Climb’ ahead of their very-nearly-here London show

iDKHOW have shared a video for ‘Social Climb’ ahead of their very-nearly-here London show.

The duo will perform at Electric Brixton on 22nd August, prior to Reading & Leeds, which they’ll play alongside The 1975, Twenty One Pilots, Billie Eilish, Charli XCX and loads more.

“Social Climb is about my experiences living in L.A. for almost a decade, orbiting this world of celebrity and money,” Dallon Weekes explains. "The parties that must be attended, the behaviors that must be adopted, and just not feeling part of that sphere. It’s what it feels like to be alone in a crowded room.”

Check out ‘Social Climb’ below.

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