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September 2019

Indoor Pets' video for 'Being Strange' is exactly what its name suggests

Prepare for things to get really very weird.
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Published: 10:00 am, November 22, 2018Words: Stephen Ackroyd.
Indoor Pets' video for 'Being Strange' is exactly what its name suggests

Think you've seen weird? You've not seen weird. Once you've watched Indoor Pets' new video for 'Being Strange' - then you'll have seen weird.

The clip is for the latest track to be lifted from the four piece's debut album 'Be Content', set for release on 8th March via Wichita Recordings.

Talking about the video, the band explain: "With the song’s concept revolving around the celebration of being weird, it seemed like a no brainer to have a music video that is a little bonkers. We wanted to test the boundaries of what is acceptable for a “music video” taking inspiration from the overly used “send us your fan submissions” trope. The aim was to create a video that felt homemade, with the twist that it involved hundreds of mad CGI creatures that took days to bring to life."

You can check out the video for 'Being Strange' below.

Indoor Pets are set to play the Great Escape's First Fifty showcase in London next week, before hitting the road with Ash in December. They'll then play their own headline tour next April.

The shows read:

28 The Courtyard, London (The Great Escape First Fifty)

2 Exil, Zurich (w/ Ash)
3 Legend Club, Milan (w/ Ash)
4 Strom, Munich (w/ Ash)
6 BiNuu, Berlin (w/ Ash)
7 Logo, Hamburg (w/ Ash)
10 Vega Jnr, Copenhagen (w/ Ash)
11 Nalen Klubb, Stockholm (w/ Ash)
12 Park Theater, Oslo (w/ Ash)
14 Luxor, Cologne (w/ Ash)
15 Kavka, Antwerp (w/ Ash)
16 La Maroquinerie, Paris (w/ Ash)

9 Moles, Bath
10 Arts Club, Liverpool
11 King Tuts Wah Wah Hut, Glasgow
12 Deaf Institute, Manchester
14 Think Tank, Newcastle
15 The Flapper, Birmingham
16 Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
17 The Scala, Lonon
18 The Green Door Store, London

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